Dayron Gonzalez is a Cuban artist living in Miami. Mapanare has written about him before (and interviewed him). If you check out the interview you will hear the story of how his art often references the uniform worn by Pioneers in Cuba. The best reference for Americans would be a sort of "compulsory boy/girl scouts."
Gonzalez' past work has looked at the uniforms as patters from a distance. This painting is much more personal. The photo barely catches the texture here, the depth and the beauty.
I was a little tired at this point--to the level of forgetting the names of people I've known for years and also forgetting where my car was parked. Otherwise I would have taken more photos of the painting!