The exquisite artwork Deep Into My Heart, acrylic on canvas of 72 x 72, inches, was created in 2017 by Valentina Bilbao, inspired by the original version of the electronic song I will fly with you co-written and performed by celebrated Italian DJ Gigi D’Agostino. Using her mastership in the splashing and dripping techniques, Valentina Bilbao interpreted, transported and transformed the song in a visual and tangible unique painting of great attraction and power. This was the first time that Bilbao conceived a painting inspired by with this genre of music. The artist says about her artwork: “I innovated my technique applying flowers hand made by myself over a canvas background of dripping green, black and gold paint meaning intense love and art last forever.” The song I’ll Fly with You is also know by the name L’amour toujours that in French means “love always”. The song lyrics enclose the concepts that Valentina Bilbao express on her painting, such as: “I still believe in your eyes… I’ll always be here by your side… I belong to your life… I will live to love you someday… We’ll fly away and I’ll fly with you…”. The painting happily expands as Love and Life to the infinite. The green is a color of hope, of nature growing, of relaxed feelings and emotions. The gold on the paintings is the light that illuminates the black paths and transform life in a series of joyful events, uplifted by the never ending love existing when two people intensely love each other and are able to fly together forever.
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