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For 17 years, traveling to Spain and studied art and design advertising at Plaza Del Sol (in the heart of Madrid).
He traveled several times to Morocco where elaborates Moroccan culture. Living in cities and towns as Melilla, Tetouan, Tangiers, Fez, Ketama, Casablanca. Working as craftsman in the region with leather and bronze.
Then she traveled to France and lived a while in Saint Jean Lutz of Bayonne and Biarritz. Where he returned to Spain.
After studying in Madrid travels always toledo...
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For 17 years, traveling to Spain and studied art and design advertising at Plaza Del Sol (in the heart of Madrid).
He traveled several times to Morocco where elaborates Moroccan culture. Living in cities and towns as Melilla, Tetouan, Tangiers, Fez, Ketama, Casablanca. Working as craftsman in the region with leather and bronze.
Then she traveled to France and lived a while in Saint Jean Lutz of Bayonne and Biarritz. Where he returned to Spain.
After studying in Madrid travels always toledo birthplace where he was born his mother, grandparents and cousins.
Always looking cultures and art markedly different in each location
Travels to Portugal, Lisbon and Estoril where Portuguese culture would then mark deep in his artistic life.
He returned to Buenos Aires and works in handicrafts, creates an enterprise of art in leather and have success for his work hand-painted in Morocco.
During 7 years spent working on making tapestries painted leather, belts, wallets and bags until in 1987 decided to go back to travel and party in Venezuela (Caracas). To learn about the cultures of the Caribbean.
For the story of his travels is invited to work in an advertising agency (d Advertising Group) in the center of Caracas and where develops creative advertising for a year and a half throughout the building to receive an award from the engine deep in Venezuela by creating an event to launch this company.
He was named executive promotions, but decided to leave the office and go again travel to the island daisy decides where to live and work in a while events nightclubs and restaurants.
Finally in 1990 undertakes a journey from Venezuela island daisy up to the border of Brazil in the state of Roraima. This trip is done by truck through the jungle of Roraima reaching Manaus in the Amazon city where he lives there doing art and knowing the state of Amazonas and their cultures, traveling by boat from the river black, Tapajós, só limoes,. Traveling several days by small indigenous peoples to reach Santarém do Parà at the meeting of the waters. Lives there doing art for indigenous festivals, the Feast of the boy (ox). And still trip up nativity do parà where a time doing handcraftsmanship and decoration bars or botecos popular pintadlos with drawings on walls and murals.
Lives in Belem, and resides there working on art, and small travel knows piaui (terezinha) marañao and ceara (strength), returns to belem do pará and begins to paint shirts Indians, in a style similar to batik own ..
In the year 1991 lives in Florianopolis (Santa Catarina) south of Brazil, where he devoted fully to modern art, with works of sculpture, murals and canvas, painted in acrylic and inks in high relief.
Working in art for several professors from the federal universidade holy Catarina, conducting a box art of escoteros do Brasil, upon request, to deliver the gift of Pope John Paul II, this trip to Brazil.
Nasce his son Gabriel and live in the city of Bauru in Sao Paulo interior, creating a business card artistic hand-painted with phrases popular brasileira music, and esoteric thoughts and celebrated.
It is dedicated to Chinese culture, which makes cards for the first time with Chinese ideograms for all Brazil. Create cards signs, and the mini card to all gift shops in Brazil, entering the new world of esoteric shopping for distributors sao Paulo. Leave the city of bauru and traveled to Sao Paulo, married for the second time and lives in the serra gives cantareira, instead of tropical forest brasileira, the largest in the world, to live and to create an atelier of murals and racks of modern art brasileira, from there, and with textured mass is devoted fully to the modern art where you have success in their work, adapting to the decoration of the colors of each work done at spatula with acrylic.

The trip… doing art

Make a trip around the Brazil starting from Belém do Pará northern Brazil, until the southern island of Florianopolis Santa Catarina, it makes travel in trucks and cars, for a year and a half.
From this trip are the images that it engaged in painting brasileira as the first expression of color and form more unequal or wild in a sense more free unlimited power paint order or perspective.
Life in the small towns and mountains, as well as the beaches brasileiras, are part of a very strong influence on his works.
Mainly the Portuguese language (big and rich imaginations) helped him a lot to create their works.
The botecos (called small bars where people brasileiro takes cachaça or pinga and gather to talk or bater a papo) is the story of this artist who ultimately takes and will continue traveling and studying the culture of the people and their customs brasileiro in order to paint until you get to understand part of the world that is the huge Brazilian folk art.
Gonzalo Island van den Brule came to Brazil for a life of perhaps at the border of Roraima (limited to Venezuela) Amazon jungle (manaus) thinking back to Argentina, and lived for 18 years in Brazil. Without once again to their country of origin.
Today resides in Buenos Aires wanting to combine art with the Brazilian Argentine art, performing only work on murals in high relief colorful expression of modern art. For galleries, hotels, restaurants, pubs, and decorations.

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