Ramiro Gomez, an artist and the teenage child of Mexican immigrants, is the subject of a short documentary produced for the Atlantic’s American Dreams series. Gomez paints murals of domestic laborers, like his parents, in and around Beverly Hills and other affluent neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Gomez says that people see the beauty of palatial homes and wealthy neighborhoods, but rarely think about the “unseen” people who create the beautiful hedge or manicured gardens. A four-minute excerpt of the film can be seen here. The art of Ramiro Gomez is represented by Charlie James Gallery.