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Featured works of Pablo Amaringo and his school. (Funder of The Neo-Amazonian school of Art of the rainforest town of Pucallpa in Perú).

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The Picaflores foundation, the Embassy of Perú in Belgium and NooN ConsultinG Art Gallery; are pleased to invite you to a private reception on the occasion of the solidarity exhibition of "Savia" in favour of indigenous communities who protect THE AMAZONIA.

All benefits of the exhibition will go to COSHICOX sustainability projects of the Shipibo-Conibo and Xetebo tribes of Peru.

Program of the opening evening


Arrival and welcome to the guests


Opening Speech,

The Ambassador of Perú in Belgium, Gonzalo Gutiérrez Reinel, Board member of Picaflores ORG, Jan Paul Buijs,

Noon Consulting Art Director, Desirée Meza.



Courtesy of the Embassy of Perú in Belgium

About USKO-Ayar art School and Pablo Amaringo legacy.

USKO-Ayar was an institution devoted to the rescue and preservation of the knowledge and the traditions of the indigenous people of the Peruvian Amazon. Their art is a documentation of the flora, fauna, and culture of the Amazon, and it promotes and preserves the traditional knowledge of medicinal and other plants of this region.

The Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting was created in 1988 through a collaboration of Peruvian painter and Shaman, Pablo Amaringo, and the Colombian anthropologist Luis Eduardo Luna and his wife, Sirpa Rasanen. More than 700 children had been educated until the death of Pablo Amaringo in 2009.

Currently the legacy artistic, human and philosophic of the Master Pablo Amaringo is transmitted to the new Amazonian generations through his former disciples.

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