2022  BlackRock Center for the Arts 20 Ways to Engage in the Arts With Sandra Pérez-Ramos

2022 Old Town Crier article by art critic Lennox Campello

2022 Patricia Zannie Interviews Sandra Pérez-Ramos for Gallery 209/Artists & Makers Studios

2021 Sandra Pérez-Ramos' "Vejigante Ojú" NFT artwork was featured in Times Square on December 10, 2021 as the avatar for BBQ.eth, one of the most popular ENS Domains! It was showcased every 10 minutes for a day in the digital billboard on American Eagle Outfitters in Times Square, NYC. "Vejigante Ojú" is part of a series of Festive Masks/NFTs exhibiting at @CryptoFuchsia,


2021 Portrait of A City Documentary. Dominick Rabrun. Documentary about 4 art community leaders in Wheaton, MD, including artist Sandra Pérez-Ramos. 


2021 Source of The Spring article by Mike Diegel.


2021 Montgomery Parks. Video about Hope Tree, Sandra Pérezi'mural banner design for the #ArtHappensHere Project by the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County, MD.


2021 Montgomery Parks. Video about the installation of Hope Tree mural banner by Sandra Pérez-Ramos, at Woodside Urban Park in Silver Spring, MD.


2021 Culture Spot. Sarah Dilworth.


2021 My MC Media. Michelle Queen.


2021 The MoCo Show. MCS.


2021 Montgomery Magazine. Katie Beech.


2021 Capital News article. Jessica Anderson.


2021 Montgomery Municipal Cable Channel 16. Video interview about my sculpture by Melissa Aymold and Albert Myers.


2021 DC Now. Blog Events Now.


2021 @NBCWashington


2021 Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County. My Cherry Blossom sculpture "Celebration" is the cover photo for their newsletter, Public Art News Wire Spring '21 and also of their general Newsletter Culture Spotlight.


2021 The Art League article. Julia Chance.


2021 My MC Media. Suzan Pollak.


2021 DC Now. Blog Events Now.


2021 The Source of the Spring. Staff.


2020 Video of the unveiling of my Hispanic Heritage poster for PG County Arts + Cultural Heritage Division of Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission.


2020 Prince George County Parks and Recreation Video coverage of the Hispanic Heritage Exhibition: "Maria Lanas + Sandra Pérez-Ramos" at Publick Playhouse, Cheverly, MD and Online. You can see the exhibition here: Maria Lanas 


2020 My artworks "Caribeña" and "Totem Tree" were published in Hispanecdotes Magazine's first printed issue "Ascendencia" and online at


2020 My work was selected by art critic Lenny Campello and featured in his article:


2019 Art critic Lenny Campello included my work on his Art Talk: "Latinx Artists in the DMV", held at Montpelier Arts Center in Bowie, MD on September, 2019.


2019 Montgomery Municipal Cable TV Channel 16 interview by Henrietta Biayema. Includes Wheaton Arts Parade's founder, Dan Thompson, artist Nar Steel and me.


2019 My installation "Amor y Dolor/Frida's Wheelchair" was featured on TV 4 NBC WASHINGTON, and on The WASHINGTON POST in an article about the Night of 1000 Fridas, public art event by Theodore Carter. 


WASHINGTON POST: project/2019/01/24/41e47a60-1c02-11e9-88fe-f9f77a3bcb6c_story.html?fbclid=IwAR1l-ivfDcFzHgEz2pL0fLTQsaFvJlEsA5kbi0wExxf4CGx89N7TNS8R8BQ&utm_term=.b6f8a89b82ef




2019 I was interviewed by TELEMUNDO, about the mission of Theodore Carter's #1kfridas event and my art.


2018 Review of my exhibition at SVN Commercial by Judith Levine, artist and MAA newsletter reporter:


2018 Article "Wheaton Arts Parade Marches To Veterans Plaza" by Lisa Traiger for Culture Spot MC. This article features my group of tableaux vivants, Great Masters Masquerade for Wheaton Arts Parade 2018.


2017 Best selling author Keith Donohue, wrote "Pisces", a short story inspired by my painting "De Alla Pa' Ca". This was Donohue's creative contribution to the first Wheaton Arts Parade in 2017.


2016 Artomatic: The Review…/…/artomatic-2016-review.html. My work was included in Lenny Campello's favorites and was recognized as "Best Animal Art" and "Coolest Use of Plastic Pockets Awards" in his article.


 2016 Wheaton Time Capsules, interview by Jessica Hurtado-Díaz, Edgar Romero, Gandhi Brigade Youth Media