It was an unexpectedly big compound that includes quite a collection of different kinds of art - from the more traditional paintings to sculpture to resin art (check out those wire and cast resin art) to those strangely lovely art installations (the intriguing room called "Forest" a personal favorite!). These are all housed in intelligently connected galleries and beautifully scattered in random spots just about anywhere. Latter kind of makes you want to be really observant of things around you.
The compound itself is seemingly work of art as it appears well thought of how the galleries, gardens and steps are interconnected that place seems perfect for aimless wandering. If you get tired, you can always sit on benches (and even beds) in the garden almost anywhere. There is also a pool though I am not sure whether guests are allowed to take a dip.
What I also appreciate is how thin the 'crowd' is. Guests usually come in twos (lovers mostly) or small groups that serenity of the place is preserved.
The map says there are two cafes in the compound but we were able to try only one that is handled by Bizu. Food was tasty but limited and a bit on the expensive end. If you are on a budget, may want to eat first before going to gallery. If you get thirty though, there are 25-peso juices (lemon grass, watermelon and buco) available at some sort of a stall near the entrance.
To get there, one could ride an Antipolo-bound jeepney at P Tuazon Cubao. Total travel expense at Php34 (jeepney) and Php40 (tricycle). Entrance fee to the gallery at Php150.
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