Sergio is an artist that cannot not be constrained by the conventions associated with typical artist practices where they showcase one distinct style. Instead, his process of creation involves selecting the appropriate instruments, techniques, and aesthetics intended for the dynamic and content of the situation.
To prove this, over the span of the past 18 years various galleries associated with multiple genres have exhibited his work ranging from conceptual(Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica), figurative(Stay Gallery, Downey, CA), text-based(Happy Gallery, Los Angeles), representational(Blue Bird Art House, Whittier, CA), phenomenology(Ridenbaugh Gallery, Moscow,ID), abstract(Heritage Wine COmpany, Pasadena), illustration(Ontario Museum of History and Art), Chicano(Espacio 1839 & Lowrider Arte), pop surrealism(Cannibal Flower Gallery, Los Angeles), installation art, and even graffiti(Crewest Gallery, Los Angeles).
Although a native to Los Angeles he received his BFA from the University of Idaho in 2003 while playing collegiate football. Upon graduating he immediately began exhibiting work along side Mexican artists like Rufino Tamayo,Vladimir Cora, and Esau Andrade with the Latin Art Brokers Gallery in East Los Angeles. Since then, he has continued to exhibit his works in solo and group exhibitions, and created commissioned works for various clients ranging from Miramax, Red Bull, Neiman Marcus, ESPN, Sprite, Netflix, MLB, AMIRI, US Bank, Chevrolet, NFL and more.
He is most recent stretch of work has consisted of creating over 100 murals in various locations in Southern California including Long Beach, Los Angeles, Chino, Palm Springs, San Diego, Rampart Village, El Sereno, Compton, Nickerson Gardens, Downey, Boyle Heights, El Monte, Whittier, and more.