Ramón is a contemporary landscape and genre painter living in Los Angeles. He studied drawing and painting under Will Weston, Glenn Vilppu and Adrian Gottlieb while earning a BA at USC. He subsequently spent a year in Washington DC studying figure painting with Robert Liberace.
His current work explores the everyday mysteries of life in Los Angeles, along with extensive research into 19th century academic methodology. Ramón has exhibited at Principle Gallery, the National Cowboy Museum, the Autry National Center and the USC Fisher Museum. He has taught and lectured at the Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art, the Safehouse Atelier, CSU Long Beach, DreamWorks Animation, Brainstorm School and Art Center College of Design.