Diana Ordoñez better known in the world of street art as LEDANIA is a graduate in visual arts and one of the most representative Colombian artists in the world. Her artwork based on her large-format mural has been printed around the world in Europe, Canada, the United States, Latin America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Japan. She has painted in more than 22 countries and completed ten years of trajectory. Ledania's artwork has been recognized by important entities such as Curitiba Bienal of Arts, Expo Malaysia, Bozman University, Art Scape, and many other major achievements, as she was named one of the 100 national leaders on Latinoamérica for the magazine Gerente in 2008.
„To put color into ash, giving a bit of latin american color to something that was colorless, getting reborn using art and colors. The charcaters of the mural are inspired from ancient roman statues, the birds are a representation of safetiness as one time someone told me a very interesting story about pigeons, if you are at sea and release a pigeon there are two outcomes, if the pigeon comes back it means it did not find soil but it if does not come back it means that it found soil and following it would asure that one has found shore. The overall meaning is the rebirth of nature through an explosion of colours.” - Ledania
„Dare colore alla cenere, dare un po' di colore latinoamericano a qualcosa che era incolore, e farlo rinascere usando l'arte e i colori. I personaggi del murale sono ispirati alle antiche statue romane, gli uccelli sono una rappresentazione di sicurezza come una volta qualcuno mi raccontò una storia molto interessante sui piccioni, se sei in mare e liberi un piccione ci possono risulare sono esiti, se il piccione ritorna indietro significa che non ha trovato terreno ma se non torna significa che ha trovato terreno e seguendolo si assicurerebbe di aver trovato sponda. Il significato complessivo è la rinascita della natura attraverso un'esplosione di colori”. – Ledania