His artistic training began in 1991 carving wood, stone, and plaster molding. Sculpture inspired him to study at the Centro de estudios de artes plásticas in Guatemala City. He also studied the ethnological and anthropological art of the Maya under the direction of researcher and art critic Roberto Cabrera.

Mendoza’s current work explores the theme “A disposable world” which exposes visual pollution and environmental problems that contribute to global warming, caused by the current consumption of large industrial companies.

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