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From discarded wood, they become sculptures that represent the importance of preserving nature and the resistance of indigenous peoples. The names of the works are references to the indigenous peoples of Brazil, who are the guardian peoples of the forests. This work pays homage to the Waiapi indigenous people, a name used to designate the Indians who speak this Tupi language who live in the region bounded by the Oiapoque, Jari and Araguari rivers, in Amapá. They are the same Guaiapi, mentioned in the region of the lower Xingu River, their area of origin, since the 17th century.
Sculpture:Timber on Wood
Size:23.6 W x 31.5 H x 1.6 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Customs:Shipments from Brazil may experience delays due to country's regulations for exporting valuable artworks.
Brazilian multiartist. Graduated in journalism, he also studied piano and cello at a conservatory. As a music producer, he has produced different artists in 10 countries and soundtracks for brands and soundtracks. In the visual arts, he studied at the Renato Russo School, in Brasília (DF), improving his knowledge in the area. Currently with wood and recyclable materials, performing a role of environmental awareness. In addition, he develops abstract and expressionist works, also influenced by the Brazilian modernists of the last century.
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