Artist

About Sueli Dabus

The artist was born in Mirandópolis. She graduated in Fine Arts at UNESP (São Paulo State University) in the city of Bauru and since then lives and works in Bauru,SP, Brazil.

Innovation is the hallmark of the artist’s restless creative and inquisitive spirit. Her creations in oil on canvas are enriched by textures and other raw materials, which give a very unique and special touch to her canvases. She has lived with nature from childhood, from where her simplest inspirations flow. The artistic sensibility combined with the influence of renowned masters caused her to discover her artistic vein. Her profile has been marked in the artistic scene by its original versatility with varied themes and the constant search for improvement.

About Sueli Dabus

The artist was born in Mirandópolis. She graduated in Fine Arts at UNESP (São Paulo State University) in the city of Bauru and since then lives and works in Bauru,SP, Brazil.

“Her artistic sensibility combined with the influence of renowned masters caused her to discover her artistic vein.”

Innovation is the hallmark of the artist’s restless creative and inquisitive spirit. Her creations in oil on canvas are enriched by textures and other raw materials, which give a very unique and special touch to her canvases. She has lived with nature from childhood, from where her simplest inspirations flow. The artistic sensibility combined with the influence of renowned masters caused her to discover her artistic vein. Her profile has been marked in the artistic scene by its original versatility with varied themes and the constant search for improvement.

Curriculum

Name
Sueli Maria Delai Dabus

Education
Fine Arts – Unesp (São Paulo State University) – Bauru – SP

  • Dicionário de Artes Plásticas do Brasil (Dictionary of Brazilian Fine Arts) – Editora Júlio Louzada
  • Artes Plásticas Brasil 97 – Índice Consolidado (Plastic Arts Brazil 97 – Consolidated Index) – Maria Alice & Júlio Louzada
  • Anuário de Artes Marco Markovitch – Paletas 2000 ( Marco Markovitch Arts Directory – Palettes 2000) – Portal do Terceiro Milênio
  • Anuário Latino-Americano de Las Artes Plásticas( Latin American Yearbook of Plastic Arts) – Correio Editorial
  • Anuário Luso-Brasileiro de Arte (Luso-Brazilian Art Directory) – Editora Universitária – Portugal
  • Museum of the Legislative Assembly of São Paulo – Panel
  • Museum of Pomezzia – Italy
  • Art Museum of Art of the Olympic Sports- São Paulo – SP
  • Museum of Art of Itápolis – SP
  • 2016 – Bronze Medal at the Great Bunkyo Art Exhibition – São Paulo
  • 2011 – Honorable Mention at the Great Bunkyo Art Exhibition – São Paulo
  • 2008 – 3rd Prize International Biennial of Rome – Italy
  • 2006 – 1st Prize International Biennial of Rome – Italy
  • 2005 – 3rd International Biennial of Firenze – Italy
  • 1987 – Gold Medal at the XI Spring Salon – Rio de Janeiro
  • 1987 – Bronze Medal – Santos – SP
  • 1987 – Gold Palette at the XXIII Women’s Show – Rio de Janeiro
  • 1987 – National Award – National Show of Fine Arts of Piauí – Teresina – PI
  • 1986 – Medal – International Palette at the Contemporary Art Exhibition – MAC – Taiwan – Taiwan
  • 1986 – Silver Palette at “Brazilian Contemporary Art” in Tampa – Flory – USA
  • 1986 – Silver Palette at the XXII Women’s Show – Rio de Janeiro
  • 1986 – Silver Medal – May Hall – Rio de Janeiro – RJ
  • 1982 – Bronze Medal – III Official Hall of Fine Arts – São Paulo Academy of Fine Arts – SP
  • 2020 – Exhibition “Florestas do Brasil” – Pinacoteca de Bauru – Bauru/SP
  • 2019 – Exhibition “Florestas do Brasil” – Galeria Caribé – São Paulo/SP
  • 2018 – Exhibition “A arte e o Mundo” – Casa Portoro – São Paulo/SP
  • 2017 – Exhibition “Cinema e Música” – Alameda Quality Center – Bauru/SP
  • 2016 – Exhibition “Sinfonia das Cores” – Space Uruguay – Banco República – Bank of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay – São Paulo – SP
  • 2014 – Exposition on Batalha River – “Da Nascente à Foz” – Atelier Sueli Dabus, Bauru – SP
  • 2013 – Bunkyo Exhibition – 7th Edition
  • 2012 – Travel, Sounds and Colors Exhibition – Marcelo Neves Art Gallery – São Paulo
  • 2011 – Salon 2011 SNBA – Louvre – Paris – France
  • 2011 – Universidade Estadual Paulista – Unesp Rectory – São Paulo
  • 2011 – Headquarters of the Bank of the Province – La Plata – Buenos Aires – Argentina
  • 2010 – Forum of the Sciences and the Arts – Buenos Aires – Argentina
  • 2010 – Marcelo Neves Art Gallery, São Paulo
  • 2010 – San Rafael Foundation – Buenos Aires – Argentina
  • 2009 – Circolo Italiano – São Paulo
  • 2008 – Exhibition “Kô-Ryu – Friendship and Integration” – 100 years of Japanese Immigration – Bauru – SP
  • 2006 – Zanon Gallery – Rome – Italy

Curriculum

Name
Sueli Maria Delai Dabus

Education
Fine Arts – Unesp (São Paulo State University) – Bauru – SP

  • Dicionário de Artes Plásticas do Brasil (Dictionary of Brazilian Fine Arts) – Editora Júlio Louzada
  • Artes Plásticas Brasil 97 – Índice Consolidado (Plastic Arts Brazil 97 – Consolidated Index) – Maria Alice & Júlio Louzada
  • Anuário de Artes Marco Markovitch – Paletas 2000 ( Marco Markovitch Arts Directory – Palettes 2000) – Portal do Terceiro Milênio
  • Anuário Latino-Americano de Las Artes Plásticas( Latin American Yearbook of Plastic Arts) – Correio Editorial
  • Anuário Luso-Brasileiro de Arte (Luso-Brazilian Art Directory) – Editora Universitária – Portugal
  • Museum of the Legislative Assembly of São Paulo – Panel
  • Museum of Pomezzia – Italy
  • Art Museum of Art of the Olympic Sports- São Paulo – SP
  • Museum of Art of Itápolis – SP
  • 2016 – Bronze Medal at the Great Bunkyo Art Exhibition – São Paulo
  • 2011 – Honorable Mention at the Great Bunkyo Art Exhibition – São Paulo
  • 2008 – 3rd Prize International Biennial of Rome – Italy
  • 2006 – 1st Prize International Biennial of Rome – Italy
  • 2005 – 3rd International Biennial of Firenze – Italy
  • 1987 – Gold Medal at the XI Spring Salon – Rio de Janeiro
  • 1987 – Bronze Medal – Santos – SP
  • 1987 – Gold Palette at the XXIII Women’s Show – Rio de Janeiro
  • 1987 – National Award – National Show of Fine Arts of Piauí – Teresina – PI
  • 1986 – Medal – International Palette at the Contemporary Art Exhibition – MAC – Taiwan – Taiwan
  • 1986 – Silver Palette at “Brazilian Contemporary Art” in Tampa – Flory – USA
  • 1986 – Silver Palette at the XXII Women’s Show – Rio de Janeiro
  • 1986 – Silver Medal – May Hall – Rio de Janeiro – RJ
  • 1982 – Bronze Medal – III Official Hall of Fine Arts – São Paulo Academy of Fine Arts – SP
  • 2020 – Exhibition “Florestas do Brasil” – Pinacoteca de Bauru – Bauru/SP
  • 2019 – Exhibition “Florestas do Brasil” – Galeria Caribé – São Paulo/SP
  • 2018 – Exhibition “A arte e o Mundo” – Casa Portoro – São Paulo/SP
  • 2017 – Exhibition “Cinema e Música” – Alameda Quality Center – Bauru/SP
  • 2016 – Exhibition “Sinfonia das Cores” – Space Uruguay – Banco República – Bank of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay – São Paulo – SP
  • 2014 – Exposition on Batalha River – “Da Nascente à Foz” – Atelier Sueli Dabus, Bauru – SP
  • 2013 – Bunkyo Exhibition – 7th Edition
  • 2012 – Travel, Sounds and Colors Exhibition – Marcelo Neves Art Gallery – São Paulo
  • 2011 – Salon 2011 SNBA – Louvre – Paris – France
  • 2011 – Universidade Estadual Paulista – Unesp Rectory – São Paulo
  • 2011 – Headquarters of the Bank of the Province – La Plata – Buenos Aires – Argentina
  • 2010 – Forum of the Sciences and the Arts – Buenos Aires – Argentina
  • 2010 – Marcelo Neves Art Gallery, São Paulo
  • 2010 – San Rafael Foundation – Buenos Aires – Argentina
  • 2009 – Circolo Italiano – São Paulo
  • 2008 – Exhibition “Kô-Ryu – Friendship and Integration” – 100 years of Japanese Immigration – Bauru – SP
  • 2006 – Zanon Gallery – Rome – Italy

Reviews

Reviews

Trajectory

2010s

 

Abstracionism

Abstractionism is an artistic movement in which the representation of reality is done in a deconstructed way, with the use of colors, lines and abstract forms. The concept was consolidated at the beginning of the twentieth century when the rupture with any concrete reference occurs once and for all.

 

Contemporary Figurative

The Contemporary Figurative movement aims to deal with the concrete figure and referential of the world as we know it in a non-academic way. This is a less realistic visual expression. Impressionist, expressionist, and abstract elements are present. The image does not abdicate from the actual reference but deals with it in a modern way in terms of traits, shapes, and colors. 

2000s

 

Realism

Realism founded an art school that emerged in the nineteenth century, in reaction to Romanticism, and developed based on the observation of reality, reason, and science. The beautiful and the ideal are replaced by the real and the objective, in an art closer to concrete references.

1990s

 

Expressionism

Expressionism was an avant-garde artistic movement as opposed to French impressionism. The idea of ​​expressionism, at that moment and even today, was of art characterized by images guided by the emotional and visceral. The colors and shapes do not correspond to the direct reality of Monet, the ethereal nature illustrated by the artist.

1980s

 

Impressionism

Impressionism is an artistic movement that emerged in the nineteenth century. In general, it is used for artists who create images according to the impression that light produces, from their point of view, not according to a supposed objective reality.

1970s

 

Academic Art

The terms academicism and academism, or Academic Art, is a European artistic style that occurred between the 17th and 19th centuries that was characterized by an attempt to rigorously maintain the formal, aesthetic and technical rules of the style of art academies. Modernly, it is used for artworks that follow stricter, generally realistic rules of light and color composition.

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