October 6, 2011

Pinto Art Museum

A Sanctuary of Art, Architecture and Nature

            My friends and I visited the Pinto Art Museum a few months back. Principally, the reason was to dine in the Museum’s famed Earth CafĂ©. Little did I know that I was in for a [very] big surprise.

            Personally, I don’t know how to explain it. In my mind, jumbled praises keep tumbling up and down. Or maybe, I’m just smitten because I dream of my heaven as a place like the Pinto Art Museum. Although I might say, it’s not love at first sight. Rather, it’s a discovery of love, art and nature.

            Enough of my cluttered thoughts. I know in this case, the pictures will suffice.:)

A well-played symphony of geometry and color.

A variation of concrete textures. Plain, stamped and rustic.

See what's inside?

Pinto Art Museum's gift shop.

The simple and deceiving entrance to "my heaven".:)

Pinto Art Museum
1 Sierra Madre Street
Grande Heights, Antipolo City
(02) 697.10.15
Entrance: P100.00

How to get there:

From Manila or Quezon City or Makati, take the Ortigas Avenue from EDSA and proceed to Ortigas Extension passing through Cainta Junction and to Tikling. Proceed to the hills until you reach the Ynares Center. Turn on the first street to your right, to a hill then follow this to the Grand Heights gate.

Click here for the map.

1 comment:

  1. we also enjoyed our visit at Pinto Art Museum -- became an instant art enthusiasts.. :p