Anderson Debernardi is from Peru and lives in Lima. He had the chance to learn from the famous painter Pablo Amaringo. Pablo was the precursor of visionary art in Peru, he created the Usko-Ayar Amazonian school in Pucallpa, the world’s first visionary art school where Anderson was his disciple. This allowed him to learn the techniques of this painting through these studies with Pablo Amaringo. He was also imbued with visions of Ayahuasca and his own connection with the nature that is dear to him.
His art is doorway to the world of the invisible. These works tell the story of the Amazon and pay homage to indigenous peoples. He beautifully paints his visions of Ayahuacsa with incredible colors and great attention to detail. It describes sublime landscapes crossed by the first peoples, of great diversity and great beauty.
Anderson Debernardi is a strong advocate for the preservation of the rainforest and sees the medicinal and visionary plants as a gift from nature. He hopes to see culture evolve to the point at which there forest is not merely seen as land to be “developed”, but rather as a sacred resource that must be protected.
Debernardi gives everyone a rare vision of the sacred realm, filled with mysticism and divine inspiration. His art helps here to express himself on the importance of medicinal plants and the benefit nature brings us. He is a fervent defender of the Amazonian forest; he hopes thanks to his art to see the public opinion evolve on the importance of the preservation of it !!!
He is also a well-known artist in European and Nordic countries like Holland, Sweden, Norway or Finland. Obviously, he exhibits mainly in Peru but has also known great success both in the United States and in Australia.
We invite you to check his amazing work in our gallery and support him by purchasing some reproduction of original painting made on canvas more infos here
The Ayahuasca Vision of Anderson Debernardi