Galileo Gonzalez is a visual artist born and raised in Southeast Los Angeles, and currently resides in San Antonio. He has earned his BFA in Drawing & Painting from California State University, Long Beach. Much of his work deals with his upbringing, the urban surroundings around him, and his Salvadoran heritage. His current work focuses on visually interpreting oral stories from the Salvadoran Civil War, as well as the diaspora that followed through generations. He has exhibited at the PÄS Gallery, AVD Gallery, Cerritos College Art Gallery, Fathom Space, Avenue 50 Studio, Dock Space Gallery, and the Museum of Latin American Art. His work is featured in the Cerritos College permanent art collection, as well as the Enrique Serrato collection.