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Colors reflect the beauty of life and humanity

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The lines of beauty are well known to the eye. It discovers them among the folds of the brushstrokes that settled with pure serenity on the surface of the canvas. These lines are perceived by the eye, the more I delve into the details of the curves of the letters, and they rest on the back of a wall, to highlight the masterpieces of calligraphy and the Arabic letter.

And the lines of beauty she discovers as she goes into conversation with the Syrian artist Maysa Al-Zughair, where she does not deviate towards the path of boredom, thanks to her arming with artistic knowledge, which made her a butterfly accustomed to jumping in the gardens of beauty and arts.

Maysa Al-Zughayer loves colors, just like her love for letters, and she is accustomed not to shake her fingers from the smell of bright colors, she does not belong to a specific school. Others, and chose the drama and its filming locations, to be part of its general scene, by assuming the task of scenography designs in the locations.

Maysa is a graduate of fine arts from Damascus University, which she entered with complete conviction, to realize her beautiful dream, about which she tells Al-Bayan: “Studying fine arts for me was a dream worth working for, and the same is true for the applied arts, which I did not drop from my studies.” And here she is skilled in handicrafts, drawing and the art of haroufia, and loves its details, and sees in it a very beautiful way of self-expression, as she says: “Art has a special place in my heart. I consider him an open eye on issues of society and humanity in general.”

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Although she did not feel full from the plastic art that she studied and taught to others, and from its different styles and colours, she chose to highlight her creativity in other sectors of art, as she chose to be a scenography designer in drama and cinema sites, to raise the balance of her experience in this field, which enabled her Who left a remarkable imprint in the dramatic scene.

“Breaking a Bone” by director Rasha Sharbatji, a dramatic work that still resonates in the memory of everyone who followed it on the small screen last Ramadan. , In addition to other works, in which the scenography appeared to be on the throne of the championship, and she says: “Break a bone” represented for me a new experience, through which I sought to translate my inner feeling, towards the dramatic plot, and the scenes written on paper, and the same was for the series “Oneness”, in which she observes the cruelty of life,” she adds: “We all realize the extent of the importance that scenography possesses in drama, theater and cinema, where each of them has its own method and tools, although they sometimes meet under one roof.” Maysa explains: “The importance of scenography It lies in the fact that it turns at some point, into a part of the dramatic scene, and sometimes turns into a hero of the work, and for me, I consider the design of the scenography, a creative process, carrying a lot of craftsmanship within it, as it translates part of the directorial vision of the work, and other aspects of the scene dramatic, and therefore the design of the scenography needs I have patience and patience.” Maysa confirmed in her speech that designing the scenography is not an easy process, as some think.

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She says: “For me, sometimes I have to re-read the scene many times, so that I can dwell in it in my imagination, and build what appears its aesthetic from an integrated scenography, and sometimes, I go to the direction of research and deep excavation, especially with regard to choosing clothes and accessories, Which must be fully consistent with the nature of the dramatic plot and events and their development.”