Adrian Bermeo is an expressionist painter born and raised in Queens, New York City. Beginning his artistic expression on rooftops through graffiti, Bermeo's abstract forms and contemporary illustrations are an evolution of his once private life in an underground art form. His work portrays observations towards the wonder and flaw of human identity. These dialogs include but are not limited to; music, race, culture, relationships and societal constructs which may appear taboo. It is in these pieces created with unconventional tools [i.e. industrial materials and lines made from concoctions mixed into Clorox and Sriracha bottles] where mixed media layers of color, texture and motion begin to transfer an idea worth exploring. As an interdisciplinary artist, his work spans from community outreach, active participation in gallery shows, private collections as well as being auctioned at The Queens Museum.