I dreamt that I was capable of creating a museum like no other in the entire world , even though no woman has ever been so bold.

I dreamt that this museum would be located in the Mayan jungle and would honor its inhabitants, and the magnificent civilization that once thrived here.

The civilization that was one of the most advanced for its time, with remarkable achievements in astronomy, mathematics and architecture.

I had a vision that our museum would be a beacon of sustainability, showing how we can live in harmony with nature and the world around us and each other, no matter the color of our skin or creed.

In my dream, I dream of a space where male and female artists would be treated equally and valued for their talent, not their gender.

I dream of a museum that welcomes children with open arms and is accessible to all, regardless of their background or economic status. A magical place that can ignite a passion for learning and instill a love of history, the Mayan culture and the arts .

I dream of a museum where visitors are invited to interact with the art and the artists. A space designed to be accessible to able-bodied and disabled people alike, with features like video screens at the perfect height for wheelchair users, visible exits for people with anxiety, a range of audio and visual guides, and special exhibits people can touch.

Junmao Museum renderring





Artist Leonor Anthony with The Last Supper

The Last Supper Exhibition

MuFe Museum of Contemporary Art Permanent Collection 
Cancun Mexico, opening  May 2024.


Comprised of 13 individual and unique pieces inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper mural, painted during the Italian High Renaissance dated 1495 -1498.

Each sculpture  represents our last supper should we not act immediately and do something about Climate change and the rising water level.

In Da Vinci’s, Last Supper, he captures the moment in which Christ tells his apostles 

“Truly, truly I say to you, one of you will betray me “

In our case, all of us have betrayed our beautiful planet and it will take all of us united, not only to undo all the damage we have created but to help each other through the consequences of our actions.

Each piece has a different color acrylic signifying the different colors of the oceans, including the receding Ice cap. The Jesus figure is in gold.

The materials used in each sculpture are recycled and reused materials.