Technique: Acrylic on canvas
Place and date of creation: Jaboticabal/SP, 12/11/19
Identification number: 9131928-2
Dimensions: 30 cm x 20 cm
Provenance: Private collection of Lucas Henrique Campos Costa in Bauru-SP.
Work inspired by the excerpt from the song "Amor de Índio" by Milton Nascimento: "Vale the light of your sweat".
Guessing the future, seeing behind the patterns, going beyond in the things of the spirit, understanding what goes on in your soul and makes you do what you do... Of all that, what really matters are your attitudes, your work.
In this difficult time we live, in which uncertainty is a reality and human beings have never been so lost in the midst of so much technology and with an emptiness in their hearts. What will become of our future?
The answer has always been one: it depends on your job. The consequences will be good or bad depending on your actions. Make it worth it. As Fernando Pessoa said: "Everything is worth it when the soul is not small".