John Dyer & Amazon Indian Nixiwaka Yawanawá Exhibition of Paintings Inspired by the Spirit of the Rainforest
Venue: The Eden Project
Exhibition Dates: October 18th 2015 to January 8th 2016
You may now view the available paintings by appointment in Falmouth, Cornwall, UK.
During May 2015 the Eden Project hosted a unique cultural collaboration between British artist John Dyer and Amazon Indian Nixiwaka Yawanawá. Supported by Survival International this project has resulted in a spectacular exhibition of large paintings and a rare glimpse into a new genre of Amazon Rainforest Tribal Art. Find out more about the project.
“The Rainforest is a vital part of our lives and our future. We don't all realise this yet but the tribal people of the Amazon know it. My new Amazon paintings connect us to Tribal Culture and the Rainforest and I hope you will take a moment to reflect on the unique story these paintings tell and the importance to us all of connecting to the true culture and spirituality of the rainforest. Working alongside Nixiwaka Yawanawá was a privilege. He doesn't just see the plants, he experiences them, he knows them and he knows the spirits and energy that reside in them. This he shared and taught to me and I hope that my special set of paintings will help to unlock this powerful world to you. This new way of seeing helps us all to connect and respect nature and tribal people." John Dyer 2015
View the Amazon Rainforest range of Signed Prints by artist John Dyer These beautiful prints are all produced by the artist on archival quality watercolour paper and can be delivered to you framed. Free delivery in the UK. Framed prices £199. Unframed prices £65 or £115 depending on size.