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Louis Ebarb
New York, NY


ARTIST STATEMENT: Louis Ebarb Artist Statement • I create art because it is possible to achieve perfection. • I anchor my work by the traditions of western composition. • I paint my version of the sacred. • I present the viewer with the world through my eyes. • I learned to paint realistically through Abstract Expressionism. • I present the beauty of the commonplace and the overlooked. • I use canvas and paint to demonstrate my objects of worship. • I make paintings that are realistic and personal. • I make a different, better world on all of my canvasses. • I begin each painting I knowing it will be my best. • I consider my paintings as my only true Artist statements. • I don't take myself too seriously The history of Art has come to a time where there is no one dominant movement or style. This allows for a freedom of expression that is unprecedented. Even as I adapt the philosophies and techniques of my predecessors, I am creating new images and statements that are personal to me.

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Louis Ebarb
155 East 88th Street, Apt 3F, New York, NY, 10128 917-582-7570


1986 to Date
State University of New York,
Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.
1986 Audio Visual/Video Supervisor
1998 Video & Video Conferencing Services Manager:
Fashioned video streaming/on demand web video system
satellite, point-to-point video conferencing. Video
Producer; Production Coordinator; Studio design, Field
Production, Producer, Video Director, Video Editor.

1984 Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, N.Y., N.Y.
Video Producer; Surgical Production, Conference Media

1978 The Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Video Producer; Media Center/Studio design and management; Slide and still photography;
Sound/Slide Show production.

Selected Accomplishments

1976 B.F.A., Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y.;
Theater Technician, for The New Federal Theater,
La Moma ETC & Brooklyn Arts & Culture Association
(to 1979);

1977 Animation Workshop Instructor, Editor, Brooklyn Public
Library; Art Instructor, Immaculate Conception School, NYC;

1978 The United Nations, Animator for the film Child’s Eye View;
aired on the ABC Television Network;

Selected Accomplishments (cont.)

1979 Video & AV Producer, Brooklyn Educational and Cultural Alliance;

1980 Technical Director, Downtown Cultural Center, Brooklyn, NY;
Producer, Director, Sound/slide show, Coney Island.

1986 Video Production Coordinator, Audio Visual Supervisor
S.U.N.Y. Health Science Center at Brooklyn;

1991 Project Manager, Media Distribution Network, S.U.N.Y.

1993 Project Manager, Television Studio Project, Video Distribution, Auditorium/Classroom Media and Student Carrel Labs, S.U.N.Y. Brooklyn;

1997 (to date) Directed more than three hundred "Health Center" programs, a weekly cable access program which continues to be aired on the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens Cable Access Networks.

2009 Communicator Award of Distinction
for Employee Relations, The Wiz of I.S.
2007 Silver Telly Award for Cultural Production;
Bronze Telly Award for Educational Production
The Music Between the Notes:
Reflections on the Art of Romare Bearden,
1999 AFL-CIO Communications Association;
First Place Award: Magazine Cover Art
1984 American Library Association
John Cotton Dana Public Relations Award
1984 Finalist, JVC Professional Video Competition


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Brooklyn, NY 11217


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