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“Às margens do Rio Araguaia”

To celebrate and support the Araguaia Corridor, the Brazilian artist Andréa Tolaini has painted the work of art “On the banks of the Araguaia”, in honour of the Black Jaguar Foundation.

To celebrate and support the Araguaia Corridor, the Brazilian artist Andréa Tolaini has painted the work of art “On the banks of the Araguaia”, in honour of the Black Jaguar Foundation.

Representing our deep connection with nature, this work highlights the jaguar, the symbol of Biodiversity in Brazil and the guardian of life on the Araguaia.

80% of the proceeds from the auction will go to the Black Jaguar Foundation. The buyer will also receive a certificate to celebrate that 100 native trees will be planted in their name, in the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor, in addition, they will also receive a window in the First 600 Campaign.

Participate by bidding through the link below!

Representing our deep connection with nature, this work highlights the jaguar, the symbol of Biodiversity in Brazil and the guardian of life on the Araguaia.

80% of the proceeds from the auction will go to the Black Jaguar Foundation. The buyer will also receive a certificate to celebrate that 100 native trees will be planted in their name, in the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor, in addition, they will also receive a window in the First 600 Campaign.

Participate by bidding through the link below!

About the art

This work represents the resistance of all nature around the Araguaia River. Resistance in existing. The riverine people, the indigenous people, the fauna and flora.

In the centre is the tree, which represents the great ancient soul of the forest, protected by the beings around it and protecting them in the same way.

The river, in the work, represents the force that sustains all the other elements. The water, maternal, feminine, as the generating base of life.

The sun as the masculine force, and the representation of what gives strength and nourishment to life.

The two jaguars present are the guardians of the surroundings of the Araguaia River, and also, one more symbol of the feminine and masculine. This almost mythical figure from Brazil; the jaguar represents in the work everything that, even if we do not see it, acts on life on earth.

Finally, the people who inhabit the forest, their use of land and water, are represented as nurturers of their existence.

Technique: Acrylic paint on canvas.
Size: 90cm x 90cm
Artist: Andréa Tolaini