"Nuestra vida (Our life)", Boyle Heights, 1994. 4th Street and Euclid Avenue, Boyle Heights. "The mural is a reflection of the East Los Angeles lifestyle of that area. It was gang infested. A well-known gang member who was feared by everyone was excited about a mural in his neighborhood. The artist did a representation of him in the mural -- he is the one doing his homework. The two figures in the middle are offering flowers to you, saying, 'This is what our culture offers to the community -- the education and history of it'." By John Zender Estrada and youth from Creative Solutions. -- Dunitz, Painting the towns: Murals of California, p. 178.