SM City Rosales’ centerpiece made of paper quill mosaic

ROSALES — It took thirteen senior high school students to put together more than 10,000 pieces of colorful paper quill mosaic to produce a centerpiece for SM City Rosales’ Independence Day this year.

Young visitor wants a souvenir picture (Philstar Wire Service)

Herald Eleria, mall manager, said the mosaic that measures six feet by eight feet, pays tribute to the Philippine flag and to Pangasinan’s famous tourist destinations such as the Basilica Minore of Manaoag, Alaminos City’s Hundred Islands, Bolinao Lighthouse, Mt. Balungao, St. Vincent Ferrer Statue which is the world’s tallest bamboo statue located in Bayambang and the corn of Sto. Tomas used for its Longest Barbeque, both recognized by the Guinness World Record.

It took the 13 students of Feliz Academy Inc. of Villasis two weeks to finish this art form.

“The materials used were simple and affordable and the result was beautiful,” Eleria said.

SM City Rosales intends to donate this artwork to a Pangasinan museum for its historical value. (PhilStar Wire Service)

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