FILIPINO SCULPTORS AND THEIR WORK
Listed below are some Filipino sculptors and their work:
Napoleon V. Abueva - His works include "The Sculpture", which is installed in the United Nations headquarters in New York City. His other works are Kaganapan, Kiss of Judas, Thirty Pieces of Silver, The Transfiguration and many more.
Arturo R. Luz - He sculpted the stainless steel cube in front of the Benguet Mining Corporation Building in Pasig City.
Guillermo Estrella Tolentino - His works include the UP Oblation, and the Bonifacio Monument in Caloocan City. His other works include bronze figures of President Manuel Quezon, busts of Jose Rizal, and a marble statue of Pres. Ramon Magsaysay which is installed in the GSIS Building. He also did the official seal of the Republic of the Philippines.
Abdulmari Asia Imao - His works include the Industry Brass Mural installed at the Philippine National Bank in La Union, the Mural Relief on Filmmaking at the Manila City Hall, the Industrial Mural at the Central Bank of the Philippines in La Union, and Sulu Warriors, which are statues of Paglima Unaid and Captain Abdurahim Imao installed at the Sulu Provincial Capitol.
Eduardo Castrillo - His works are mostly large welded metal sculptures displayed at the Manila Memorial Park
Christopher Angelo - His famous work is the Tiyanak
Solomon Saprid - His famous work is the Tikbalang
Isabelo Tampinco - His works are mostly inside the churches of Intramuros, particularly The Manila Cathedral and San Agustin Church.