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MANILA, Philippines - Sebastian Enrique Jarantilla Desuasido was born on March 24, 2004 to parents John Vincent and Georginna.
He started painting when he was 7 years old in summer class and has been hooked ever since.
Today, every Saturday, Sebby goes to art class at Art Smart under art teacher Aubrey Decloedt. ("He doesn't like missing any of the sessions," says mom Georginna.)
Sebby's dream? To have an exhibit "someday soon." He is in Grade 2-Apo at the Ateneo de Manila University.
Here are some of Sebby's artwork:
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