Sandra Pérez-Ramos is a Puerto Rican artist living and working in the DC metro area. The inspiration for her work comes from endless sources, including shapes in nature, myths, folk art and
textiles from around the world. The repetition of dots, lines, vibrant colors and whimsical narratives is consistent in her drawings. In her mixed media works, she plays with fiber materials,
hand stitching and references magical thinking, cultural clash or explores abstract form.
She majored in Visual Arts/Design for Public Communication and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras campus. Her work has been awarded and
exhibited through the US and PR. It has been acquired by Mayor Tracey Furman, for the Town Hall in Kensington, MD, the Marie Reed Project for Community of Hope in Washington, DC, for Artists
& Makers Studios' colllection in Rockville, MD and by many individual collectors.
Her design "Celebration" was selected for Art In Bloom, a public art installation for the National Cherry Blossom Festival 2021 in Washington, DC. Her Cherry Blossom sculpture is currently
located at 4th St & Butternut St in the Takoma Park neighborhood. Her pyramid "The Lunatics" is currently exhibiting at Sandy Spring Museum in MD, part of an itinerant installation of
winning designs, organized by Wheaton Arts Parade.
In 2020, she was invited to design the commemorative poster for the Hispanic Heritage Month for Prince George County's Arts and Cultural Heritage Division of Maryland National Capital Park +
She co-founded The Latino Art League of Greater Washington, DC, volunteers in local art co-ops and advocates for regional Latinx art presence, leading Latinx artists in the Wheaton Arts
Her next adventure is a 50 feet mural, for which she was selected by Wheaton Gateway art installation projects.