Pinto Art Museum

We love going to places that are not the usual places where people flock to. In other words, we’d rather go somewhere a bit far without the crowds and we avoid the malls at all costs unless we really need to buy something important.

This same philosophy applies to the education trips that my children go to. They’ve rappelled, zip-lined, waded and bathed in waterfalls and rivers, did spelunking and even had obstacle courses.

Anyway, the husband and I went to Pinto Art Museum last May and we had a wonderful time looking at the artworks displayed there. The place, which looks like a Mission Bell place is just great and you seem to be lost in time absorbing all the visual feast that touches the heart and soul.

Here are just some of the photos I have shared online. When I say few, I mean few because I took more than 600 photos while we were there for three hours. Hah.

Shape.

stairs from the bedroom

Tingga'ng Baluti by Salvador Alonday

Tingga’ng Baluti by Salvador Alonday

Chapel

chapel

My 800th Instagram photo: Pinto Art Museum.

gallery

Here is another one, an outdoor photo.

A photo of my husband in a contemplative mood, sitting on one of the boulders that is a part of the museum itself.

Steps.

There are some more photos of Pinto Art Museum in my Instagram gallery.

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