“The roar of freight trains just outside the studio windows provides an aural atmosphere that foretells what one is about to see. Oversized paintings hang from every wall, lean against every piece of furniture, and fill flat files large enough to hold the work of several artists. The file drawers contain volumes of sketchbooks from past works and studies for future projects. These give an impressive overview of the artist’s monumental output, leading one to imagine that the artist must work ceaselessly.”

– Stuart Ashman, Former President & CEO of the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach

“The Mississippi has Mark Twain. The LA River has Victor Hugo Zayas. Where we might look at Los Angeles as a visual Armageddon, Zayas finds beauty and coherence.”

– James Scarborough, Huffington Post