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The mysterious Lang Dulay

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The mysterious Lang Dulay

It’s not everyday that you get to meet a National Living Treasure Awardee. Here I have the rare opportunity to meet Lang Dulay, the famed T’boli “dreamweaver” of the colorful T’nalak cloth. The delicate and intrinsic geometrical patterns of the T’nalak cloths that she wove (such as those behind us) originated from her dreams, thus the “dreamweaver” tag. Strange but true.

Photo taken last week, 07/16/2013, during the Familiarization Tour of Travel Writers to Allah Valley 2013 in Lake Sebú, Cotabato del Sur (South Cotabato).

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3 responses »

  1. I would love to own one of her masterpieces! Thanks for featuring such one great artist like Lang Dulay!

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  2. Pingback: Enchanting Lake Sebú | FILIPINO eSCRIBBLES

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