Pedro Sandoval, born in Venezuela in 1966, exhibited his remarkable artistic talent from a very young age. At just six years old, he received the prestigious "Young Master of the World" award in Osaka, Japan, setting the stage for a promising artistic journey.

Sandoval's artistic education took shape under the guidance of distinguished mentors. He honed his skills in painting and design with Isabel Kurt, painting and drawing under the tutelage of Roberto González, and further expanded his repertoire by studying painting and silversmithing at the renowned Cristobal Rojas Art School in Caracas, Venezuela.

In 1984, Sandoval took his first significant step in his artistic career by showcasing his work at the Art Forum in Caracas, Venezuela, marking the inception of his professional journey as an artist.

Sandoval's early career was characterized by his devotion to figurative art. Throughout the late 80s and early 90s, his exhibitions captivated audiences in Venezuela, with his "Masada" exhibition at the Ars Forum Gallery in Caracas standing out as a noteworthy event. However, his artistic evolution took a pivotal turn as he delved into various contemporary artistic movements. Ultimately, Sandoval embraced abstraction, and today, he is recognized as a Neo-Expressionism Abstract painter.

Pedro Sandoval's works are housed in prestigious institutions worldwide, including the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Fine Arts Museum of the City of Salta, the Contemporary Art Museum of Osaka, the National Drawing Museum of Spain, and the National Library of Spain, among many others. Furthermore, his art graces the esteemed private collections of the Kennedy Family, the White House Collection, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Family Collection, to name a few.

Currently, Sandoval is engaged in in-depth studies of American Abstract Expressionism and the integration of new technologies into the realm of art. Notably, he explores innovative artistic techniques such as metacrylate, carbon fibers, and laser engraving as part of his artistic repertoire.