Drake’s “Rain of Huitzilopochtli” consists of large scale charcoal drawings on both canvas and paper executed in an Old Master drawing style. Huitzilopochtli, whose name means “Blue Hummingbird,” was a major deity in Aztec mythology and was a sun god and a god of war, as well as a god of storms. Aztecs offered frequent human sacrifices to their gods, including Huitzilopochtli, to secure rain. Several of the drawings are hauntingly suggestive of the chaos accompanying a great storm. Milagros for Water, Drake’s over life-size drawing that references the religious charms in Mexico that the faithful believe are endowed with spiritual or magical powers for healing and helping restore well-being and balance in lives.