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Penny Ramos-Bennett

Penny Ramos-Bennett’s art explores inclusion and social justice themes.  Her California Mexican American roots were nourished during the impactful and tumultuous 1960’s and 1970’s. History is reflected in Ramos-Bennett’s visual and poetic works. Her works have been featured in New York, NY, Times Square billboard for the Kleine Levin Syndrome – Rare Disease Day Awareness; The Rape Crisis Center Exhibition, NV; Springs Preserve – Day of the Dead; City of the World – Who Do You Love Exhibition; and The Village Foundation, Choice Center auctions. She has been a pop-up muralist at the Cinco de Mayo-Las Vegas Arts District, and various Stone Soup Gallery Exhibitions-NLV.

She is a COTW board member and contributing artist. Ramos-Bennett is a proud recipient of the Bronze Quill Award Pinnacle Award of Excellence PRSA, Golden Key Award for Women in Politics Ontario, CA, as well as RAM member.

To see more of Ramos-Bennett’s work visit the Blue Door Museum Store and

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