Last July 31, I and some friends visited Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo. I have written here how we got to the place. I would just like to share some of the pieces that caught my attention. Just read through the caption of the photos.
One area of the museum
Sya daw si Ariadne. Art by Jerson Samsom using epoxy resin.
Sisyphus, arty by Salvador Joel Alonday, using stoneware and wrought iron
Narcissus, art by Salvador Joel Alonday, using epoxy resin
Blue lady. I can’t find the description.
Gaia by Daniel Delacruz using stainless steel.
Big painting in one of the galleries. I patiently waited to get a shot without people.
Another big painting
Need a ride? 🙂 I remember when we were kids and see this type of car, we would lightly slap other and say “Pendong” hehehe.
Look closely at this painting. See the embossed part? Don’t be deceived. That is just flat in real life. How cool is that?
Mr. Biker. I forgot to take a picture of the caption.
Swing, made of wire. Grabe sa pagkatalented kung sinuman ang gumawa nito. Sa dami ng tao, nakakalimutan ko na kunan ng picture ang mga descriptions.
Another art piece made of wire. Again, I waited until I could get a shot without people. When I was a kid, I remember that we had Benefit Dance in our barangay. Uso ata ito noon I think during the 80s and early 90s. It was mostly attended by teenagers. It was a way to raise funds for the Mr. and Ms. candidate. When I was a teenager, I can’t remember if we still had those. I don’t remember attending one either. Di payag si mudra hehehe. Keri lang.
Hehehe. Kulit lang nung line.
Beautiful artwork. I love the colors.
The main piece is a wheelchair which the artist turned into this. The sides which one can lean are made of pencils. How creative.
And I leave you with this for part 1. Akalain nyong maiisipan ng ibang tao ang ganito hehehe.
Isa sa mga lugar na gusto ko puntahan! Ang ganda nung parang personality wheel, ang kulet lang, haha. 🙂
Go sis! Malapit lang naman hehehe. Oo nga eh. Ang tataba ng utak ng mga gumawa ng mga nakadisplay doon.