Mayet Ligad Yuhico

Mayet Ligad Yuhico is a visual artist and has trained with painters Elaine Roberto-Navas and Fernando Sena. She has also taken classes wtih world-renowned portrait artist Daniel Greene in Boston and Gregg Kreutz at the Scottsdale Artists' School in Arizona. Mayet is a member of the Washington Society of Portrait Artists and also the American Society of Portrait Artists. She regularly attended art sessions of the Visual Arts Guild of the Philippines at the Ayala Museum. Her last major art exhibit "Homage to the Masters" held at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila in 2002 was considered a critical success. Her painting, "The Blue Gift" ,in homage to Pierre Bonnard stood alongside works of National Artists Vicente Manansala, Napoleon Abueva and Arturo Luz. Other artists in that exhibit included Romulo Galicano, Antonio Austria and Juvenal Sanso. A graduate of English Literature at the Ateneo de Manila Univeristy, Mayet has written "The Chronicler", which was launched at the Ayala Museum in 2000. Her first full-length novel "Fourteen Days" was published in December 2010. It is now avaiable at Central Books at SM Megamall, Building A and 927 Quezon Ave (Phoenix Bldg).
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