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Louis Ebarb
New York, NY

Media:Painting;


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
LouisEbarb@Yahoo.com 917-582-7570

Experience

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.
Brooklyn;

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.


Awards:
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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