The family that paints together exhibits together.
It was first in the Philippine history when Blanco family - headed by the late Jose “Pitok” V. Blanco and Loring and their seven children Glenn, Noel, Michael, Joy, Jan, Gay, and Peter Paul - held exhibit at the National Museum in Manila in 1978.
The evocative, stirring and folk-realist artworks of the famous family of painters can be viewed in their private museum in Angono, Rizal. Their paintings and murals capture human spirit and real emotions from a simple joy of a mother to the anguish of the whole town folks. But what’s admirable is the love for family represented in each artwork. Surely, these modern classics touch and warm the heart and soul.