Description I did this painting for an art show in Boyle Heights at the Corazon de Pueblo Gallery. The art show was about the Mujeres de Juarez. The painting shows The Moon Godess Coyolxauhqui after being dismembered by her brother the Sun God. He threw her head in the heavens to shine down on her mother. Earth.
Edward Morden, Venice Member Since June 2013 Artist Statement I was raised in Rialto California and now I live in Long Beach California. I focused on fine art studies through my early years in college. Most of my early influences were latin mural artist. At age 19 I got a chance to take a semester to study at La Academia de San Carlos. I returned to California and began studies in graphic arts and eventually got a BFA in Graphic design. I worked at a local advertising agency for a few years and did some video production. I worked at LATV for a 5 years where I met many creative people. Many of us felt the urge to get back into being creative for ourselves. This art is just that. I like to think of them conversations with myself.