Nursing for Health, Art and Inspiration in the midst of Battling COVID-19

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Syrenge art of Nurse who battle against Covid19

This question always pops up, often with a lot of responses. Some claim that there’s no definition of “Art.” There are many ways we could go about this. The method or object of intentionally arranging objects in a way that appeals to the senses or emotions is often known as art. It covers a range of human actions, inventions, and modes of speech including music, literature, video, sculpture, and paintings. In a field of psychology known as esthetics the significance of art is discussed.

Art is commonly defined as any action or object carried out by people with a communicative or artistic purpose — something that reflects an thought, an emotion or, more broadly, a vision of the world.

It is a component of culture which reflects in its architecture economic and social substrates. It transmits space-to-time ideas and ideals implicit in any society. The position changes over time, gaining here more of an artistic dimension and there a socio-educational feature.

Art is commonly defined as any action or object carried out by people with a communicative or artistic purpose — something that reflects an thought, an emotion or, more broadly, a vision of the world.

Art is commonly defined as any action or object carried out by people with a communicative or artistic purpose — something that reflects an thought, an emotion or, more broadly, a vision of the world.

SYRINGE ART

Many individual artists are expressing themselves through art. One of thing is painting but this time, A filipina nurse once again amused the people around her of what it means to inspire, help and express her heart and passion through “Syringe Art.”

Syringe artist Kimberly Joy Mallo-Magbanua of Valladolid, Negros Occidental was once again attracted by her obsession with the development of pieces of art as a salute to fellow frontliners who sacrifice their lives to thwart the deadly coronavirus disease (Covid-19).

Kimberly, a registered nurse working at Valladolid District Hospital, brought together thoughts that came from her mind mixed with her feelings that beautifully encapsulated her strong sense of pride and devotion to the medical profession with the use of syringe, a tool she uses to save lives.

Her work set a huge attention in terms of being creative, passionate, hardworking and inspiring. This nurse actually did a lot of paintings even before since this is one of her time to relax and express herself.

Throughout the years she also made a name for herself with a distinct collection of classic characters such as Mona Lisa and even actor Kathryn Bernardo re-imagined in her trademark-style.

Her current syringe art piece was named as “Inang Bayan” showing a medical frontliner who is lying and spend her time to serve the country to save many lives as possible in battling the pandemic COVID-19.

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