|A rare cobalt blue piece|
|Tired and close|
|Didn't know there is also Orlina jewellery|
|One of 3 pieces that I truly liked|
|This is my absolute favorite. From a private collection|
|An Ana Pamintuan piece. Surprisingly comfortable|
|The Maestro showing the kid in him; and his Beetle collection|
The basement and first level spaces are devoted to a gallery that features the works of other artists, and the premier exhibit will benefit Typhoon Yolanda beneficiaries.
Parked in the museum are Maestro Ramon's two unique cars: a Beetle customized by BenCab as part of his signature Sabel series, and a Volvo painted in the style of Piet Mondrian.
Also in the museum is an interactive giant TV that lets one explore everything Orlina: history, awards, body of work, and even videos of how 10 Orlinas were stolen.
On the upper floors are the works of the Maestro, with pieces culled from his workshop and private collections. I fell in love with three, two of which are part of private collections, and one being way out of my disposable income.
Among the features of the Museo is an amphitheater that will be open to shows of local and outside artists. Can't wait for the first performance.
MuseOrlina is another Tagaytay destination one must visit.