“Best in Show” Award VIII Contemporary Latin American Art, Museum of the Americas. United States, 2005.
The “apus” are the spirits of our ancestors, whom pre-Columbian cultures represented in anthropomorphic and zoomorphic figures; The Apus, live within the mountains and in the wild forests, they, in the cyclical festivities of nature, perform their rituals to protect the creatures of our planet. The apus are eternal in time and space and therefore, their rituals also turn out to be eternal for men, because they are the living and prodigious energy that remains in time protecting their children-
With soft, warm colors, this work of art has the appearance of the figures and colors of pre-Columbian ceramics; Between three-dimensional lines, the lights and shadows show us the three-dimensional effect of the forms that are ancestral iconographies, where the apus spirits are present, as well as nature and the cosmos in motion
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