Inside the Art Gallery, Pinto Art Museum

Walking further, you will see a Mediterranean style building where the art gallery is located. It is subdivided into 6 galleries with different themes.

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Gallery 1 is more of paintings, one of which is a 480×144 inch entitled “Karnabal”

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Karnabal

Gallery 2 is a combination of painting and sculptures using different medium. Nona Garcia used x-ray film and light box while Geraldine Javier used negative film (use the “negative effect” on your cellphone camera to see difference).

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18 (hallow)

Hallow

19 (holy on sundays)

Holy on Sundays

20 (his favorite)

hubby’s favorite

Gallery 3 is more of wired figures, one created by Stephanie Lopez entitled “Oblivious”

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Oblivious

Gallery 4 is also a combination of paintings and sculptures some of which are interactive like the spinning wheels.

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26 (my favorite)

my favorite

Gallery 5 theme is all about Love. There is an area called “Eros” with paintings of different types of love and an area with a large artwork made of threads reflecting the paternal and maternal love.

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Gallery 6 is another room with plenty of paintings, some of which with touch of humor. One thing that is eye catching is the black and white paintings by Ferdie Montemayor swim, bike and run entitled “Panalo”

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Another negative film

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Panalo

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