My childhood religious background was Catholicism, encouraged by an aunt. At the age of 20, I started to have contact with art teachers that had a broader view of spirituality, so I became interested in some topics related to religions inside Indian Culture. Then, I started my search for my true essence: had very short contacts with some esoteric doctrines, and, reading some books about Buddha, I started to meditate. When I was 23 years old, I went to a Shri Mataji’s lecture in person, and a year later I started attending the collective.read more
I was born in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil.
I also live in Brasilia.
I graduated Visual Arts Course in 2002 at UnB – Universidade de Brasilia.
I use the technique of acrylic painting on canvas.
I participated in some group exhibitions during my time as an art student. Organized exhibitions of Indian art and Sahaja yoga meditation in the gallery of the University of Brasília Library and also did four solo exhibitions in 2006, 2009, 2013, and 2015.
My father, an artist as well, was my great and first supporter and influencer to study and become a professional in this field.
I taught arts and drawing in some art schools and also in state and private schools.
2006 Café com Letras bookshop
2009 TST cultural space
2013 TST cultural space The theme of the exhibition in the description: Flowers
2015 TST cultural space
Exhibition with the theme Orient, with Buddha, mandalas and Hindu deities
2000 UnB Gallery – University of Brasilia
Happened the exhibition of students who were graduating
2007 UnB Library Gallery
The theme was Indian Art
2013 UnB Library Gallery on Indian Art
2015 UnB Library Gallery on Indian Art
2018 BCE UnB Gallery Indian Art
Series Prayers to the Gods
After some time of practicing meditation, Sri Mataji became my source of inspiration. I felt the desire to explore oriental motifs in my paintings. So I started painting gods and mandalas. I follow the Western-style in the image of the Gods to give them more familiar features, perhaps subconsciously connecting the viewer with the incomparably rich and ancient universe of Indian culture.
Series Equilíbrio entre eixos
The axis, an allusion to the urban division of Brasilia into two symmetrical sides, can also be the center around which the duality of existence itself revolves in search of balance, in search of the route that will keep us on a path of peace.
Once again the harmony is present, only now in the musical notes. Chords also make us wake up from the sleep of our own existence, make us wake up to the musicality of life and provide the right tone and tuning for the most significant experiences. As the composer would say, "to live is to tune the instrument from the inside out, from the outside in".
Series I see flowers in you
I like to use this theme to make a reference to people's self-esteem, seeing the good side of each one, in a link that refers to genuine and spontaneous empathy.