Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Vejo meu trabalho como novo naturalismo, as imagens retratadas são recordações  da infância, de lugares por onde passei,  e o local onde vivo, pra  mim é  um constante retorno a natureza enquanto preservada, pura e equilibrada
Tela Rio Brilhante, inspirada no rio situado na aldeia dos Krahôs no Tocantins/TO, lugar onde vivi por 4 anos, pintura acrílica sobre lona 100x200cm -
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Tela Mata Azul, inspirada Floresta Amazônica, pintura acrílica sobre lona 100x200cm
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Sobre: nasci na beira do rio Cuiabá/MT, meu pai era um índio boliviano da etnia Xiquitano minha mãe filha de índia Bororo com Português, meu primeiro contato com a natureza foi onde nasci e cresci com meus pais e  irmão: tomando banho de rio, caçando pescando plantando a roça e coletando frutos do Cerrado, em 1979  em Brasília/DF,  que conheci obras de vários pintores brasileiros como Antônio Parreiras, Manuel Santiago, Di Cavalcante, Alfredo Volpi entre outros,envolvido por esse universo da arte começa seus primeiro desenhos influenciado pelo surrealismo de Salvador Dali faz uma série de pinturas.
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The White House, Washington
In 1974, I led an expedition to explore the great New England Seamount Chain. Thousands of feet underwater, the chain includes four underwater volcanic mountains that formed over 100 million years ago when the North American plate migrated over a "hot spot" -- an area where heat rising through the earth melts rock into magma, creating massive undersea volcanoes like in the Hawaiian Islands.
Standing high above the surrounding ocean floor, these massive undersea mountains are visible oases of life in an otherwise vast, undersea desert. On their rocky slopes, fragile deep sea corals feed in the nutrient rich waters that flow past.
Protecting these unique habitats is critical to the survival of not only these beautiful coral gardens, but also the small fish and other marine creatures that call these magical gardens home. They need these nurseries of the very deep in order to survive. And we need them -- as a foundational element of our food chain.
That’s why I am so pleased that today President Obama designated the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument -- protecting these mountains and canyons, their surrounding area, and the wildlife they sustain for our future.
As the first-ever national marine monument established in the Atlantic Ocean, this designation is vital to both the ongoing protection of some of our most important underwater ecosystems and the future climate resiliency of our oceans, which are essential guardians of our future.
The monument will provide refuge for protected animals, like sea turtles and whales, as well as species of coral found nowhere else on Earth. It also encompasses three underwater canyons that are even deeper than the Grand Canyon.
Protecting this area bolsters the sea’s ability to sustain itself, but it is also critical to protecting ourselves -- and our future. It’s also an ongoing reflection of President Obama’s commitment to conservation. To date, he has protected more land and water than any other president in history.
That’s pretty incredible.
I hope you’ll take a moment to explore this awe-inspiring deep sea wonder and celebrate our first Atlantic monument with me.

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Last week, I went over the importance of having a newsletter as well as the basics of how to write one effectively. 
This week on CyberPRMusic.com, I share 5 critical things you should always include in your newsletter:

So – as you know, I am a newsletter evangelist!
I believe it is the NUMBER ONE thing that will help you create a career in the music industry; communicating with your fan base regularly and consistently. 
If you do not already have a schedule mapped out for sending your newsletters –get your calendar out NOW and pencil in 12 dates – 1X per month (I suggest you send your newsletter 2X per month but start with once a month and grow from there).

Studies show that the best days to send newsletters (for the highest open rates) are Wednesdays and Thursdays so make sure to send them out mid week.
Here are 5 critical things to keep in mind as you are crafting your newsletters:
1. Keep Your Subject Line to 55 Characters
Most e-mail programs cut off the subject line after  55 and 60 characters, so keep your subject line short and sweet, and to the point; five to six words max.

To read all 5 critical things to keep in mind when writing your newsletter click here!

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