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This painting is a true story of a girl named Linggay. After the devastating loss of her father instead of mourning she was forced to do a 'Bulaklakan dance'. Wearing remnants of cloth that her mother sewed with her grieving eyes. Few cheap paper flower attached to her Arc Rattan just because she couldn't afford more. Searching for a familiar face in the crowd hoping to find her mother to strengthen her feet. Eyes on her. Music started to play. Hiding the pain underneath her beauty she lifted her wounded self and sway with the rhythm.
In this moment of her life, the sun sets upon her. Darkness was seconds away. Caused her to stumble or step on the rocks leaving her dancing wounded on this unstable paradise we call 'Pearl of the Orient'. Still she danced gracefully with her own rhythm.
It's not the make-up and accessories that makes a woman beautiful. It's her courage and her passion that makes her beyond words to describe. Showing her beauty not in superficial, not with violence, not in rebellion, and not with pride but through courage to continue dancing with rhythm of life no matter how painful the obstacles maybe.
In my eyes, Linggay is one of the most beautiful woman I've ever met. A Dancer and a warrior in her own ways. How would I know? Because Linggay is my Mother.
  • Category : PAINTING
  • Year : 2016
  • Total Edition No : 1
  • Posting : 2016. 02. 04

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Kleberson Moreth

This artwork is elegant stylistically and the contents are dramatic. It’s definitely a optical piece.
2017. 08. 13


I like the way of how the critical contents are illustrated to bring the nostalgic feeling. Also, the oriental style is added up to bring an interesting perspective.
2016. 04. 08


Lost Happiness
2016. 02. 10

R. Ramirez

I am confused of how the shadow produced by the dress on her legs cooperate with the suns light at the back. But you did well on this.
2016. 02. 10

Rudyard Velasco

2016. 02. 10


art is my dance...
2016. 02. 10

Dje Sasono

so touching...
hope it would teach the world about humanity we left behind.
p.s. warm greeting from me. realy luv your paintings
2016. 02. 04