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Roger Kotoske's Untitled
Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Untitled (fuchsia-colored mural with Aztec images)

  • Artist

    Santiago Jaramillo

  • Neighborhood

    Westwood

  • Artwork Type

    Mural Painting

  • Material

    aerosol, acrylic paint

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Untitled (fuchsia-colored mural with Aztec images)
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Artist’s Statement:
The green pyramid border on this mural represents the earth, the symbol of duality and the number three. The two Mayan symbols on each side are earth protectors. In the center is the tree of life symbolizing the primordial sea and all the elements. On the left is Tonatiuh, the sun symbol. On the right is Chalciuhtlicue, the symbol of water. Together they make the symbol of the Altachinoli representing steam and the breath of life.