Art speaks to me in many levels but I consider my self as an old soul that's why I love classic arts, architecture and literature. But that doesn't mean I am not open-minded to contemporary art, because after all, art is life and it evolves and transforms.
A couple of weeks back, I made a trip up to Antipolo with my sister and two other friends; all three are certified, no-question artsy and creative in their own ways - they're all legit fashion designers. I've been wanting to visit Pinto Art Museum since I've heard about it and only this time that I got to opportunity to do so.
Pinto Art Museum occupies a 1.2 hectare property located inside a private subdivision in Antipolo, Rizal. I was surprised to find that it was a massive place full of beautiful art and architecture. It's not that hard to find it as long as you know how to navigate using Waze or Google map. Getting inside requires you to pay a minimal amount first and you can go wonder inside until you tire your eyes, your feet and your heart out.
One of these days I wanna go back there when less people are visiting. I would sit or lie in one of those day beds, read a very good book or pour my heart out through poetry and probably day dream of my "Dear No One"...
p.s. Pinto Art Museum allows photo shoots for a fee. It is open from Tuesdays to Sundays 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Ticket prices are as follows: Php 180 for regular ticket, Php 150 for senior citizens (bring your ID for proof) and Php 100 for children and students (again, bring your ID for proof).