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Julyan Harrison’s First Solo Exhibit Redefines Fun & Purpose

Over at San Narciso, Zambales, is a breathtaking sanctuary frequented by those who want a serene escape from the city in the truest sense.  

 

Zambawood sunset #zambawood

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Perfectly luxurious and ethereal at the same time, Zambawood is a sprawling ranch estate rich in amenities and activities that will allow you not just to experience Zambales at its best, but also to rediscover the intrinsic creative nature of the Filipino.

 

Be still... "There's a reason movies are made here..." #zambawood

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And for sure, the beautiful artworks around the resort will capture your attention. Possessing a quirkiness all their own, these artworks are some of the best things about Zambawood.

 

They’re masterpieces of none other than Julyan Harrison, for whom Zambawood was actually established. Now 25 years old, Julyan was diagnosed with autism at age two, but that didn’t stop him from fully blooming as an artist. Over at Zambawood, with his parents’ guidance and support, he is thriving in exploring limitless possibilities to live his best life.

 

This month marks another milestone in Julyan’s life: His first solo exhibit entitled “Fun & Purpose.” On view from November 11, 10AM, until November 19 at Balay Dako in Tagaytay, this exhibit will showcase Julyan’s vibrant interpretations of the world we live in. This collection with a difference reflects a unique brand of depth and confidence without completely losing its pure innocence... purely Julyan.

 

There’s no doubt you’ll have fun taking in this visual feast while making an impact on the lives of other children: proceeds of the exhibit go to Julyan's Farm Autism Foundation, Inc. A heartwarming reason to troop over to the South. 

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