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LA vacation pics, and some.

 

 

 

Hi there, Renxkyoko Iglesias here. * waves *

 

So , my cousin just recovered the pics she took of me doing something nasty on THAT guy’s star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame last week  .

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Do I look fierce enough ?

There is another one of me giving it the middle finger, but for some reason, I find the photo quite indecent and lewd.. I self – censored it, he he.

 

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At the Getty Museum….. I think that’s a Van Gogh.

 

Okay, while I ‘m at it, I want to show you guys some art stuff  we have here at home.  The paintings are by two  famous painters in the Philippines, and,  in fact, we were notified years ago to send photos of the paintings so that this art group (  Tuesday Group , they are called ) could keep track of where the paintings of these artists are located, and have them authenticated, especially now that they are deceased.  I am sure the value of these paintings has already gone up, and that’s an understatement.

 

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Above is  water color painting by E…. can’t tell the name of the painter. Sorry for the glare.

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Oil by XXXXX.

 

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Water color by E.

 

 

 

 

We have 3 more of E’s  but I don’t have  time to look for  them in my photo gallery.

 

E’s mural at the SSS Bldg. ( Social Security System ) Philippines

INOCENTES MAGPUSAO

and below is a commissioned painting  by E for  President Aguinaldo’s ancestral home (  first president of the Philippines when the country declared independence from Spain…. short lived , because the  Philippines was immediately ceded to the US by Spain for $ 20 M…….. cheap country )

 

INOCENTES MAGPUSAO OR ENTES

 

So why do we have 10 of E’s paintings (  some are at our house in the Philippines, and too big to bring to the US )….. because he was a relative who was very close to my mother’s family, ( he came from a poor family and I think my grandfather  helped him and his sister with college tuition fees,  and so he sold some  fine paintings to my mother at just 10% of the actual  value. In fact, he wanted to give them away free but my mother insisted on paying .  His paintings are now highly priced.

 

So, that’s the story .

 

Alright, this is all for now.  By the way, I am supposed to talk about a potentially life – changing career move, but I guess that can wait.

 

Bye and thanks for reading.