HONOLULU (KHON2) — A neighborhood artist donated his artistic endeavors that honor nurses and all the well being care staff who sacrificed for others on the entrance traces of the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday, June 29.
Jaime de Jesus created shifting portraits of native nurses working in the course of the pandemic.
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He stated he was impressed to honor Hawaii’s nurses after seeing different artists supply comparable gestures throughout the nation.
De Jesus unveiled his artistic endeavors on the Queen’s Medical Middle on Tuesday, the place his spouse Mary Boland additionally occurs to function a nurse.
“I think about it an honor to do that. I’m married to a nurse. I’m very acquainted with the work that they do and I so admire the work that they had been doing, particularly early out of the pandemic, many individuals getting sick and dying, these individuals are working 12-hour shifts.”
Jamie de Jesus, artist
De Jesus stated listening to their tales and their experiences firsthand impressed him to carry them to life on paper.
He featured a complete of 37 nurses and all of them are uploaded to a digital gallery. Click here to view de Jesus’ gallery of nurses and frontline well being care staff.