Puerto Rican artist located in Naples, Florida specialized in drawing, mixed media painting, and mural. His work begins with thoughtful and consistent scrutiny of the social iconographic imaginary articulated in advertising, art, music, history, news, and graphics from a personal to a universal way. He usually starts with an exploration of alternated shapes, textures, and colors related to urban aesthetics. In recent years his explorations through nature have given him a turning point in his career to talk about politics, endangered wildlife, economics, and the effects on the people living around it.

Pseudomero is interested in using his art to discuss how responsible we are and how we are affected by bad policies that compromise our access to and enjoyment of nature. His recent body of works talks about beaches (coastline), seashells, palm trees, and the environment based on his notes while hiking into natural preserves.
His work expresses a career path and philosophy based on the temper of self-management and artistic resilience. Was part of the Artistic Residencies of Bayamón City. Has worked as an educator for different superior education institutions in Puerto Rico for more than five years and is a candidate for a Ph.D. in History of Puerto Rico at the CEAPRC. 

Pseudomero. Mural "Levels of The Forest", 2021. Latex and spray enamel on concrete wall. 96" x 930". Photo by the artist.