"Las Mujeres no se acaban, Las Santas"
Artist Kimberly Duran, Pictured above. In front of her new addition to the DTSA. " Las Mujeres no se acaban, Las Santas." Mural depicts Mexican icons, Frida Kahlo, Maria Felix, Selena Quintanilla and Jenni Rivera. Artwork was commissioned by La Santa Bar in Downtown Santa ana 220 E 3rd St Basement, Santa Ana, CA 92701
This mural was developed by Kimberly Duran @5hmi & Bud Herrera @Thirds_Realm. It is location off of Grand & Calle Cuatro in Santa Ana California. Photography: Mathew Martinez @matty_slice
The Mural was created to inspire a sense of inner hope & peace. Mexican elders say Huitzilopochti guided the Aztec’s long migration through the valley of Mexico and thus the hummingbird is the symbol of strength in life's struggle to elevate consciousness- to follow your dreams.
The Power of community art
Commissioned to paint the Founders of Blue Bowl Mural at the UCI Location in the University Town Center. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol
This Mural was a part of our Love Campaign. The design was customized to the Main Place Mall Centennial Real Estate Co. Currently located near Macy's. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol
The Colorful burst of color was painted at Blue Bowl's new location at Orange Circle, Orange California.
Calle Cuatro and Grand st. Santa Ana, California Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol on Brick wall. The mural was a gift to the community of Santa Ana during a mental health crisis in the peak of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The image depicts a mother earth being encompassed by nature, manifesting inner peace and remaining aware of its surroundings. Allowing her to remain centered and at peace from within, and using her energy to bend earth and create the world around her.
HEAVY X Blue Bowl Costa Mesa collaboration This mural was commissioned by Blue Bowl. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol
Psychedelic mother earth with a marijuana plant growing from the earth. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol. Mother Earth with earth in her had and a bud life growing through.
Third and Bush st., Santa Ana, California Medium: Acylic and Aerosol on self standing wooden wall. Located on the Investing in Artist Wall built by The Heavy Collective. Funded in part by the City of Santa Ana Arts and Culture Commission
Heavy X Mainplace Mall collaboration Interactive collaboration with Mainplace Mall Centennial Collection. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol on Wall. Located in the food court entrance
Third and Bush St., Santa Ana, Califiornia “La Ofrenda”, inorder to live we must confront death. A life for a life, we offer a gift ,an ofrenda for the dead. For this is our offering to the life beyond this one
HEAVY X From The Earth Co., Santa Ana Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol on wall.
Artist: Kimberly Duran digital mural for La Santa Bar in DTSA This digital painting was created to empower all the iconic mexican women that have impacted our lives through there artistic career.
HEAVY X Mcfadden Market Place, Funded by The City of Santa Ana's Art and Culture Commission. This mural was inspired by the students from OSCHA whom provided input on design. The community wanted to celebrate the Dia De los Muertos Culture, and in honor of Noche de Altars we developed this image.
Heavy X Mainplace Mall Collaboration Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol on Canvas, Colorful Santa ana water tower icon
Heavy X Shop Montebello The Heavy's "Love Campaign" Spreading love through an interactive mural.
HEAVY X LAFed collaboration for Rally for your rights in Chinatown, Los Angeles
HEAVY X Blue Bowl Huntington Beach
There is a Native American legend that says, " If you have a secret wish, capture a butterfly and whisper your wish to it. Since butterflies cannot speak, your secret is safe in their keeping. Release the butterfly, and it will carry your wish to the Great Spirit, who alone knows the thoughts of butterflies. By setting the butterfly free, you are helping to restore the balance.
Blue Bowl Long Beach Exchange, Long Beach Calfornia.
HEAVY X From the Earth, Santa Ana California
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