Memoirs of the National Museum

Memoirs of the National Museum

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Appreciating art for free is one of the million reasons why I love visiting places. Appreciation brings about a wonderful feeling that results in me getting inspired throughout the day. Hence, I created a new post to share and radiate the happiness and hope I feel whenever I see and feel art.

There are two buildings that people can visit which are a pedestrian crossing away from one another… The first building contains art pieces of various artists.

Finding meaning in every stroke



Icons. This one is Nicanor Reyes of FEU.

Unfinished biz/art
Rosaceae and all things Bio

Paintbrush as an art

One of my fav pieces! I believe this one is orginally entitled ‘Superstition’ 

Frames that shout out feelings

The second building contains cultural pieces from different regions of the Philippines.

Different species of Oryza around the Philippines, rice as the mainstay food of Filipinos.

Baybayin beautifully engraved on the see-through medium

Language origins

Beliefs and customs

And more of the beauty and rich history of the Philippines

There’s this therapeutic dose I really get from pleasant sights, may that be a piece of painting, a sculpture, pictures relaxing to the eyes, nature in general from blue skies to green views… Those simple things that bring about tranquility and peace of mind; peace of mind that then turn into happiness. Yes, that basically sums up my love for art.

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Who's in for a healthful life? I guess we all do! Hi! I'm Sandra — a medical doctor from the Philippines and this is my humble abode in the WWW. Here you will find anything rad — from stories about health, lifestyle, productivity hacks, to study tips, food, travel, and even snippets of my so-called Med Life. know more →

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