About the Artist
Ramon builds on the traditions of the 1960s and 1970s Pop Art masters. His award-winning artwork brings together bright colors and playful themes celebrating beauty and life while projecting an optimist sense of energy and style.
Ramon lives on Kent Island, Maryland, where the nature and wildlife of the Chesapeake Bay inspire his pieces. He is known for his witty plays on words that often carry a natural resource protection message, such as his iconic "Protect Then Serve" theme associated with Maryland's famous seafood. He combines his background in several media in his work: He studied the fine art of print making and design at Methodist College, then Specialized Technology at the Art Institute of Philadelphia.
Ramon's work can be found at galleries across the Mid-Atlantic region in addition to his website.
A note from Ramon:
Thank you for visiting my new Online Store. The goal of this store is to transition my art into products that people can use every day. My art is no longer restricted to works that must hang on a wall, but they can become a lifestyle, a way for people to literally wear their love for the Bay.
This endeavor has been years in the making since I was a young(er) graphic designer for a major clothing retail company called Britches Great Outdoors.
The collections I present to you today - the brand new Crab Camo line; Protect Then Serve; Live, Steamed, Picked; and more - are just the beginning. More exciting art, designs, and products are coming in the near future. Know that you are purchasing something uniquely designed by me and don't be surprised when someone asks you where you got it! I hope that you will check back often and follow my progress as I grow.