49''x33'' Acrylic on canvas
Historians tell us that during the birthday celebration of the Aztec god of war, Huitzilopochtli,the breast priests hung a clay pot on a pole in the temple. The pot was adorned with colorful feathers and filled with small treasures like bead ornaments, colorful or painted stones, berries, or nuts. When the pot was broken with a stick the little treasures spilled on the feet of the god as an offering.
The Mayans played a game where the central player’s eyes were covered with a cloth while he tried to hit the pot that was suspended by a string.