Dimensions: 9 MTS ²
Location: Museum Hotel Boutique Casa Turquesa, Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Technique: Oil and tempera on linen

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Seduced by Roman mythology, and inspired by the beautiful beaches of Quinta Roo, Ponzanelli plays with fantasy once again to give us a work of art full of pictorial contrasts and idyllic meanings. Taking the god of the seas as a central piece for the mural, the artist portrays him as a savior and beacon of hope by dissipating a threatening storm with his trident, in a reflexive comparison of the relationship between man and nature.