The Yurubí National Park has several altitudinal floors and a maximum elevation of 1,850 meters above sea level. Above 450 meters above sea level, the landscape and climate begin to change. About 1,000 meters above sea level, you enter a zone of cloud forest, in whose low strata there are arborescent ferns and a great variety of epiphytic plants, such as bromeliads, orchids and mosses, which cover the trunks and branches of leafy trees.
The Yurubí National Park is a refuge for a large fauna, with mammals such as the little red-tailed matacán deer or locha, the araguato monkey, the lapa and the cachicamo; and felines as the cunaguaro. It is also an ideal place for bird watching, since at least 68 species have been reported in its spaces. From time to time it is possible to spot small groups of tapirs, which evokes that on one of them is mounted the mythical queen María Lionza.
This park, located in the mountains of the Sierra de Aroa, in the State of Yaracuy and created to preserve the basin of the Yurubí River, source of fresh water for the city of San Felipe, has 23,670 hectares within which the Park is located. Recreational Leonor Bernabó, the Hacienda el Playón and the Guayabitos.
Yuribí was created by artist Julie Hermoso in 2018. This art piece , which is part of the prints portfolio, is a Digital Art / Computer Art, Paintings artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Abstract. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Composition. The artwork was created in Digital. The size of the original art is 27 (inches) H x 20 (inches) W.
Words which artist Julie Hermoso feels best describe this work of art are: park, parque, yurubi, Venezuela, Yaracuy.
About Julie Hermoso
I currently identify with this Canticle:
"Come over here," some with sweet eyes tell me,
and they extend their arms to me, sure
that it would be good for me to hear them
when they say "Come here!"
I look at them with exhausted eyes
(there are, in my eyes, ironies and fatigue)
and I cross my arms
and I never go there ...
My glory is this:
Do not accompany anyone.
-I live with the same indifference
with which I tore my mother's belly.
No, I'm not going around! I'm just going where
They take my own steps ...
If what I want to know, none of you answers me,
Why do they repeat "Come over here"?
I prefer to slip through muddy alleyways,
remove the winds
like rags, drag your bloody feet,
to go out there ...
If I came to the world, it was
to deflower virgin forests
and draw my own feet in the unexplored sand!
The rest I do is worth nothing.
How, then, will you be
those who give me impulses, tools and courage
to tear down my obstacles? ...
In his veins runs the ancient blood of the grandparents
and love the easy things!
I love the Mirage and the Distant,
I love the abysses, the torrents, the deserts ...
Platform! You have streets,
they have gardens, they have pots,
they have homelands, they have roofs,
and they have rules and treaties and sages and philosophers.
I have my Madness!
I pick her up, like a torch, let her burn in the dark night,
and I feel blood and foam and chants on the lips ...
God and the Devil are the ones who guide me, nobody else.
Everyone had a father, everyone had a mother,
but I, that I do not start or conclude,
I was born of the love between God and the Devil.
Oh, may no one give me pious intentions!
Nobody ask me for definitions!
Nobody tell me "Come here!"
My life is a gale that broke loose.
It is a wave that has risen.
And one more atom that is animated ...
I do not know where I'm going,
I do not know where I'm going,
- I know I do not go there!