I heard they opened a new building. I'm definitely looking forward to seeing it on my next visit!
This sculpture will greet you once you enter Gallery One. I like it. It's quirky, and reminds me of the movie "The Book of Life"
This is Hari Sonik by Elmer Borlongan. I want of these in my house!
The title of this piece is something along the lines of "I choose to remain under your shadow". I can't quite remember sorry. The tour guide said it explains the anguished relationship of lovers that are both artists.
How to commute to Pinto Museum:
Go to SM Megamall, side facing edsa between the newly built fashion hall and parking lot. There are Antipolo bound f/x. Best to come early, there's a 30 minute waiting time, as they need to fill the van with passengers. Sleep and enjoy the ride. It took us less than 1 hour due to moderate traffic. Get off at the f/x terminal and ride a tricycle. From there you can do a side trip at Lanelle Abueva's pottery studio or go straight to Pinto Museum. (In case the tricycle driver don't know where Pinto Museum is, tell them it's inside Grand Heights Subdivision) Happy roadtrip ;)
F/X fare 50php one way
Tricycle 25php one way
Museum fee 180php (regular), 150php (senior), 100php (student)
What to bring: Snacks, Water, and Mosquito Repellent lotion (Off lotion)