Dimensions: 85 MTS ²
Location: Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Technique: Acrylic on linen prepared on red cedar

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Seven plates that narrate a passage of overcoming and triumph in the face of adversity and illness, also hides between their traces, a love story framed by fate and coincidence. During a fly back from Baja California to Mexico City, shortly before beginning to paint this mural, Ponzanelli met on the plane who would become the love of his life, and undisputed muse, which would lead to a notorious evolution in his works, which began to take shape with this piece; in which the majestic multi symbolism of the eagle and its outstretched wings, make us feel from the first time we appreciate it, protected, sheltered and full with an invincible and healing nationalism.