Alfredo Aritcheta Liongoren (15 Jan 1944) showed experimentation with materials like burlap, rope, sand, and glue which he incorporated into his oil paintings in the mid-1960s. His works are combined abstraction and figuration. He has also been painting on abtract landscapes which explore the medium of paint: oil, acrylic, and watercolor.
- from the Art Association of the Philippines:
- purchase award, April Gray in 1960
- first prize, Pagdidili-dili (Musings) in 1971
- major award, Mangbubungkal (Tillers) in 1972
- several awards from the Shell National Students Art Competition
- Thirteen Artist awardee of the CCP in 1972
- CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art, Vol 4. Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1994.