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Monday, December 12, 2016
pinto art museum
They say unplanned trips always push through, and thats what we did yesterday
with long time friends. we thought of going to the National Museum at first
but when I suggested to we go to an art sanctuary in Antipolo, they thought ok,
lets start our adventure. so off we go to somewhere different, a place where
contemporary art meets a touch of greens and nature.
so off we went to Pinto museum, less than an hour drive away,(traffic included)
its a place where you thought you feel you are worlds away from home.
I love going to new places, specially parks, where you could see greens from all
around, and museums!! Ive read that Dr Joven Cuanang and his architect
Antonio Leano opened this property to the public last 2010, catering to
art enthusiasts of all preferences and from all walks of life.
and so.. after a rather drizzly weekend of December, I finally got to visit this
unique museum, and you never have to travel far to try a taste of something
new, every turn of the corner reveals something interesting. with the picturesque
view left and right, its not surprising that this place is popular shoot sessions
and pictorials, because at every angle, and I mean it, there are numerous
opportunities for a great facebook profile picture! theres a chapel, a
meditation garden dedicated for pepe and his gf L.Rivera.
Unlike National Museum which protect and preserve art pieces in air-conditioned
rooms, all the buildings here are open-air structures, which keeps
everything natural. the artwork and all the structures merged and is one with
the green natural environment inside. here you observe art pieces not only hanging
by the walls, its integrated within the seating areas and greens as art installations.
So that you will visit this place, I prepared those pictures that I loved the most
Allot around 3 hours to visit all the galleries and take photographs
around the place.
theres a pool too!
Pinto Art Museum is @ 1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights, Antipolo
open Tuesday - Sunday, frm 9:00-6:00 pm. closed every MONDAY.
No foods ,flash photography, no smoking, and and no pets pls.
ENTRANCE TICKET FEES: P200 for regular ticket
P180 for senior citizens and PWD (with valid IDs)
P100 for children and students with proper school IDs
There’s an entrance fee of P20 for road users and non Grand Heights village
residents you will be very lucky if You can park your vehicles on the street right
across the museum.
If you want to commute, Vans and FXs traveling to Rizal are parked
outside EDSA Star Mall. Get on one going to Antipolo and ask the driver to let
you off Ynares Center. From Ynares, take a tricycle that can take you to
'the museum' Overall travel time on a Sunday morning should be less than 2hrs.
estimated fare: FX 45.00 trike 40.00
Take the LRT 2 to Santolan Station, then a jeepney (with a sign that reads-
Antipolo-Simbahan-Junction or Antipolo-Shopwise), Tanay (Tanay-Antipolo)
or teresa if you see an FX bound for Antipolo or Teresa. you can take that also.
Get off at Ynares Center. then ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you
at Grand Heights Subdivision (some drivers are not familiar with Pinto Art Museum).
IF YOU HAVE A CAR, most people do. drive to cubao, Aurora Blvd. take
route going to Marikina. then drive along Marcos Highway heading to Antipolo.
Turn right on the corner of Robinson’s Metro East / Sta. Lucia
East Grand Mall, thats called Felix Avenue. then left when you reach
Ortigas Avenue Extension. Turn left at the rotunda leading to either Antipolo
or Taytay Diversion Road. drive and follow the Ortigas Avenue Extension rd.
towards L. Sumulong Memorial Circle. There will be a sign on the your right
pointing to Grand Heights and Pinto Art Museum.
theres actually more pics to share, but I decided not to post everything here so
that you can explore the museum yourself.