Sean Levon Nash is a San Francisco based artist living in the Mission district for over 20 years. Born in Oakland, California of mixed Indian heritage his work is predominantly concerned with pre Columbian Indigenous Art and a wide range of imagery related to the Days of the Dead, portraiture and pop art. His work is chiefly concerned with memory, narrative, and color. His recent work centers on portraiture and the visibility of intersectional native populations in Pop Culture. As a painter, printmaker, writer and animator/filmmaker he has exhibited throughout the west coast and internationally at alternative art markets, film festivals and fairs. He began his work as an art historian under mentorship from the late Bill Berkson at San Francisco Art Institute.