Since the youngest age I already knew I wanted to be a painter, also everyone around me knew it. My family always gave me all the support to be an artist and I used to draw and paint every day after school. We had a big back yard with fruits trees, all kinds of flowers and plants, also many varieties of birds and pets so I use to reproduce them drawing and painting.
Over time and with the age I understood that nature is a gift that I received and I must take care of. I care about the environment and try to send my message thought my art. I think the soul travels where the eyes first went. So it is during the viewer that I have the chance to plant my seed of love and concern for nature conservation. It is during the journey of the eyes focused on my works, that I believe I can maybe touch the sublimation points of the human being. I want to be enchanted by what I create, and I want the travelling eyes also being enchanted by my message of love for nature and for the human beings. I believe that the seed I had planted will germinate quickly in the receptive hearts and receptive minds. But also in all others as well, even if it takes longer. Love is the key to all kinds of happy and fast learning, without love you learn too but without joy, without passion. My desire is to make my art an instrument to bring joy and awareness to promote a better and more beautiful world, where human beings are respected and respect the nature.
( Left side is a photo of a large Oribombo, 2005 - Featured guest Artist for the Exhibition International Environment Day, Sao Paulo Metro Station, Sao Paulo-SP, Brazil.)
Using many different mediums, such as clay, acrylics, oils, engraving, sculpture, nature finds during the last 30 years, I consolidated my modern visual artistic career. I have had many art exhibitions around the world, showing my Oribombo. Oribombo is the result of my experiences as an artist, but not the ending of my searches. Oribombo is a mixture of various techniques involving copper, tin, painting, collage, sculpture and engraving. The elements that compose Oribombo process, can translate my art as post-modernity art.
(Right side is a photo of one of Rose Perussi's art room, a triptych called Blue Aquarium, during the Arte em Campos Exhibition , at the Home Green Home Hotel, Campos de Jordao Sao Paulo-SP, Brazil. 2009
All the contemporary artists were influenced in some way by the artistic schools that preceded them, and could not be different in my case. I fell in love with Impressionists from the first sight, at an exhibition at the Museum of Art of Sao Paulo, Brazil, then Matisse, then Kandinsky revealed himself to me ... these took my breath away, and at the same time Luiz Sacilotto, Evandro Carlos Jardim , Baravelli, Aldemir Martins, Adelio Sarro, Mario Gruber, and many other Brazilian artists, some of them were my teachers or personal friends and influenced me without doubts with their works, stories and passions.
(Photo on left , Art Exhibition at Galeria do Forte, Chaves - Portugal, 2005.
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