The Museum of Modern Filipino Art (MoMFA) begins with a dream and the land on which to build it.  To stand proudly on historic Mount Samat in Bataan, its goal is to showcase the best of modern and contemporary Filipino art and to instill in future generations an abiding love and pride in their cultural heritage.  Aside from the structure that will preserve and display the art collections, activities such as exhibits, competitions and workshops are being designed for the MoMFA dream to come to fruition. By doing all this, we acknowledge with gratitude that man’s innermost aspirations and his very ability to create art emanates from the Divine Creator Himself.

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The Legend of the Five Rings line by Reaper Miniatures features warriors on foot and Samurai on horseback. The mounted figure was customized and painted by Antonio Laureano Imatani – a descendant of only two Imatani clan members who survived the destruction of Nagasaki in World War II.

Tomb Kings

The Sphinx was customized from a wooden figure from Egypt. While the one-inch figures are mostly customized from Warhammer kits, all the buildings and larger figures in these dioramas are entirely scratchbuilt.


The 28mm warrior figures are from Wargames Foundry in England, while the gates and walls of Troy and the Trojan horse were scratchbuilt and painted by hand, modelled after the scenes in the motion picture which starred Brad Pitt as the Greek hero Achilles.