NEWS, CURRENT AND UPCOMING SHOWS:

 

October Show/Featured Artist at Gallery 209/ A&M 2. October 6- 31, 2017. 

Opening reception: October 6 from 6-9 pm.

My art will be featured this month! (75% of sales of my art will be donated to a Puerto Rico hurricane relief fund of the customer's choice).

We are 12 contemporary, local artists partnered in Gallery 209 @ Artists & Makers 2  (#12276 Wilkins Ave. Rockville, MD 20852). We work in different media and styles ranging from abstract to representational. There's a new show every month with opening receptions held every first Friday of the month. Gallery hours: Tues- Sat 10 am- 4pm.

More info at: www.gallery209art.com, www.facebook.com/gallery209art and on Instagram @gallery209art.

 

 

"De Allá Pa' Cá". Ink. Sandra Pérez-Ramos
"De Allá Pa' Cá". Ink. Sandra Pérez-Ramos

Best selling author KEITH DONOHUE  wrote a beautiful short story for Wheaton Arts Parade titled "PISCES". It was based on my painting " De Alla Pa' Ca". ( I'm humbled, excited and agradecida at the same time!)

 Here's the link to his blog, the story was added on September 27, 2017:

 http://keithdonohue.com/blog/

 

 Wheaton Arts Parade 2017 was a success!  I was part of a team 6 artists and designers, winners of a WAP grant and we built a beautiful float "Celebrating Frida Kahlo". We marched to celebrate  art and diverse cultures in the Wheaton area with our float. Friends, family and more artists joined us dressed as different Fridas and Calaveras. There were also other awesome floats built by local artists and students. A festival followed, with 3 stages, music performances, puppets, films, poetry readings, tents with children's crafts, art for sale, and food vendors...all by LOCAL talent and businesses. I'm looking forward to participating next year!!.

Check out the pictures at www.facebook.com/wheatonartsparade, www.facebook.com/fridafloatwheatonartsparade,www.wheatonartsparade.com

 

Artist Sandra Pérez-Ramos
Ajiaco de Colores Art Show- Members of The Latino Art League of Greater Washington, DC exhibit at Rumba Café. 4/14-5/12/16.