The images are ambiguous and enigmatic because their placements are dominated by enigma and ambiguity. The reality in each object, in each flower, in each woman, but a mystery floating in the atmosphere of composition.
- Hugo Auller
  • 1965 • Mention - First Visual Art Exhibition of Brazil, Museum of Modern Art - Rio, Brazil.
  • 1966 • Mention - Second Visual Art Exhibition of Brazil, Museum of Modern Art - Rio, Brazil.
  • 1966 • Mention - 1st National Salon of Modern Art - Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
  • 1967 • Mention - 1st National Salon of Modern Art - Brasilia, Brazil.
  • 1968 • Mention - 4th National Visual Art Exhibition of Brazil, Museum of Modern Art - Rio, Brazil.
  • 1969 • Prize of Vagem - 18th National Salon of Modern Art, Ministry of Education and Culture - Rio, Brazil (the prize was annulled - the artist wasn't yet naturalized Brazilian).
  • 1969 • Mention - 5th National Visual Art Exhibition of Brazil, Museum of Modern Art - Rio, Brazil.
  • 1992 • Mention - 30th Annual Fremont Art Association - San Francisco, CA, USA.
  • 1995 • Trophy Mais, Mais - Namur Travel - FL, USA.
  • 1996 • Trophy Mais, Mais - Namur Travel - FL, USA.
  • 1996 • Mention - Hispanic Heritage in America, The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin-American Art - Miami, FL, USA.
  • 1996 • Honorary Mention - 25th Anniversary Batik, The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin-American Art - Miami, FL, USA.
  • 1997 • Honorary Mention - Collective, Hispanic Heritage in America, Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art - Miami, FL, USA.
  • 1997 • Honorary Mention - Collective, "Las Americas", Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art - Miami, FL, USA.
  • 2000 • Nominated for the Brazilian Academy of Fine Arts, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.