Sunday, August 25, 2019

A jewel from Valladolid

SCRIBBLING on something that your heart and mind dictate slowly extracts the very core of your emotions that are translated into your own form of art.

The art that expresses the melody of your soul that floats like a boat drifting on the sea where the only language of the moment perfectly moves with the rolls of the waves.

Art is an expression of one’s soul, aided by a beautiful mind and vivid imagination, an imagination that can read the fine details and nature of one’s feelings.

A young lady from the town of Valladolid, Kimberly Joy Mallo Magbanua, is somebody who has unleashed the beauty of her soul with her signature “Syringe Art.”

Indeed, her style of art naturally runs through her veins - with art pieces perfected with the use of a medical syringe, quite non-conventional.

Her art pieces have galvanized the lovers of arts in her community including the countless netizens who greatly appreciated her style of painting.

Many were in awe seeing her artworks through the powerful social media.

She has expressed her soul through her paintings, highlighting the essence of her unique being that has a remarkable talent, honed by time and environment.

She shared that when she was little, she usually asked her parents to buy her art supplies where she can feed her inclination in arts through painting.

Instead of toys, they brought her art supplies, she recalled.

At first, she mainly did it during playtime. But as time went by, it became a habit, and now became her beautiful skills.

It seems that art has followed her.

Kimberly finished her Nursing course and landed a job in a government hospital.

The syringe usually uses for medical practice has turned into her instrument to paint her various magnificent art pieces.

Instead of using a syringe to extract blood or to inject medicines to patients, she used it as her paintbrush where each stroke of her hand finely connects the lines, shapes, dots, and style of her art pieces.

She improvised the syringe, use it regularly when she paints until such time that she and her syringe found their “chemistry” that stamped her artworks with style, mastery, and perfection.


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