Nature and Life meet Interpretation: Pinto Art Musuem
For arts enthusiasts there and looking for pure FIlipino talent and crafts, you should drop by at Pinto Art Musuem -Sierra Madre St., San Roque, Antipolo and be fascinated by the beauty of each piece created by contemporary Filipino visual artists. Hence, get enchanted and relaxed at the same time with the ambiance and nature-lover vibe of the Silangan Gardens.
Wish I could stay here forevs, really hahah :)
Here are some of the pictures I took during our quick stop at the gallery. (I have great portrait shots that I couldn’t include in this blog yet, I might write another one for those).
Just as you open the door, you’ll see these “ethnic” type pieces.
The Chapel wherein most stuff are not modern at all- they’re centuries old.
With the tour guide/curator/environmentalist/advocate (we forgot to get his name, grrr).
With my friends taking a snapshot with this Kalabaw and colorful “paninda” consists of duyan, various types of baskets, etc. a traditional way of selling stuff in the streets.
Womb of Mother Nature
Some of the modern visual arts pieces in the gallery.
Siraulo (The Cafe)
That epic 90s grunge-vibe “vandal” and an illustration of the church.
No one can judge these. Plain art.
Usapang Babae- there’s more…love these miniatures!
One of my personal faves. It’s like mirroring one’s self.