Originally from Union City, New Jersey, Eduardo Mendieta has been living in West Palm Beach, FL for the last 20 years. Starting at a young age he was interested in graffiti and the fine arts. Now at the age of 40, he is showing in various locations throughout South Florida, and being featured in publications such as XS Magazine, City Link Magazine, Palm Beach Times, FreePress Magazine, and Closer Magazine throughout the years of 1997 to 2002. While also being selected to participate in the 1999 Hortt Exhibition, Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale. Eduardo is currently working as a graphic designer, and after an eight-year interim has finally returned to his artwork.
Within the last two years his work has been displayed all throughout South Florida in such areas including Palm Beach International Airport as part of the Palm Beach County Arts in Public Places Program; Jan & Gary Dario Gallery, Palm Beach State College; STUDIO 1608, West Palm Beach, part of Right Here Right Now SPRING GROUP SHOW; GAB Studio, Miami Art District, Group Show; Area 23 Art Gallery, Miami Art District, 20×20, Group Show; Art Nouveau, Group Show; Art Heart, Group Show; Gallery 101, Fort Lauderdale, Group Show, JF Gallery, West Palm Beach, Group Show and Lois Brezinski Gallery, West Palm Beach, FL.
In the last year, his work has progressed from mere canvas and paper to large scale murals located throughout Downtown West Palm Beach. Two of these murals have been in association with the Downtown Development Authority of West Palm Beach. He has also collaborated on three other murals with various artists. Eduardo was also a featured artist in the New Era South Florida Graffiti Expo, FatVillage Art District, Fort Lauderdale, FL; Art After Dark, Norton Museum, West Palm Beach. Other achievements being painting two large scale murals as a featured artist in the 46 for XLVI Superbowl Indianapolis Mural Project, Indiana and painting four more murals for Art Basel week in Wynwood Art District, Miami, FL. He was also featured in the May 2011 issue of City Link, June 24, 2011, issue of the Palm Beach Daily News, July 2011 issue of Palm Beach Illustrated and Nuvo, Indy’s alternative voice, December issue. In 2012 his work will be displayed in MIA, Miami International Art Fair, Art Palm Beach and Wynwood Art Fair, Miami, FL.