Actually, there are no cherry blossoms at the Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo. There are bougainvilleas instead.
It's just that, after the recent disaster tsunami of tragically sad and scary proportions I thought, Your cherry blossoms will bloom again Japan. Sending light and positive thoughts to a beautiful country now gripped by tragedy.
While life can be tragic and painfully fleeting at times, there is still beauty and happiness in the world. Just like the simple beauty and happiness of visiting a lovely museum with kids in tow.
Narcissus, Salvador Alonday
Mr. Moo Wears a Leopard Hoodie, a favorite sculpture of hers by Plet Bolipata
Hollow, Nona Garcia using X-rays and light boxes to show altar figures
Bayan ng Ginhaw, Rodel Tapaya
Paraisado (Rampa), Jose Tence Ruiz with Danilo Ilag Ilag
Cheecha: Look, I'm a sculpture!
Why does this remind me of high school and college?
A thing of beauty for Cheecha. Into the Realm of Consciousness, Keiye Miranda
A thing of beauty for Bear. Playground, Jose Santos III
Pinto Art Museum is at The Silangan Gardens, 1 Sierra Madre Street, Grandheights Antipolo City. Call 697-1015 for directions and museum hours.