Sandra Perez-Ramos is a Puerto Rican visual artist who lives and works in the DC Metro area. She is a lover of all things design and an avid collector of vintage objects and textiles from every continent. The colorful patterns and textures on handmade fabrics and folk art are the main source of inspiration for her contemporary works in fiber and illustrations. Her drawings stand out for their intricacy and neo-primitive style. In these, she explores folklore, whimsical plants or narratives featuring animals (the Lunatics) and the Moon (a symbol of beauty, freedom and of a childlike sense of wonder).
Sandra is the art exhibition design lead for Wheaton Arts Parade Gallery in MD, as well as a participant of the parade leading the tableaux vivant groups yearly, she's a member and former Membership Chair of the Montgomery Art Association and former Vice-President and Social Media Coordinator of the Latino Art League of Greater Washington, DC.
Her work has been exhibited in Puerto Rico, Cuba and throughout the US, it is part of private collections and has been featured in the media. For a complete curriculum vitae and a list of current exhibits news and more, please visit:
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Sandra Perez-Ramos joined Fine Art America on April 3rd, 2013.