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Visions of Luis Tamani

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Luis Tamani is a Peruvian artist from the Amazonian rainforest. Born in 1983, he grew up on the banks of the Ucayali River, in Pucallpa. His imagination was nourished by the richness of the bioregion; he was surrounded by all the elements offered by the Earth.

He studied in the art school of his native city, Eduardo Meza Saravia. During five years he received a very academic training. At the end of this cycle, he used to practice Abstract Art, making the fusion between texture and shape.

This is when he got connected to the Sacred Medicine of his ancestors that he starts painting his own visions, in a very magical way. Today, his art represents the communion between man, plant and animal kingdoms. He is amazed by the deep relationship that man can develop with plants and animals; what makes the Human a unique being, full of magical capacities.

Luis Tamani started by showing his artworks during the shamanic meetings of the city of Iquitos (Loreto, Peru). After having presented his art across Europe, he is now open to the whole world for sharing his visions of Life.

 

 

 

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Site: https://www.luis-tamani.com/

 

 

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