Amram Ebgi is an International Artist, a craftsman, and a master printer. He has been considered a visionary whose imagination combines the warmth of sensitive feelings with light and the complexities of life with subtle structure. He is a true technician who skillfully translates such rare and delightful concepts with inks onto paper for all to see. His art is available in Lithographs, Etchings, Watercolor, Oil, Giclee, Copper, and in many other media.
Devoting his life to art and spending more than 30 years in his Art Studio, Ebgi has mastered the world of art. His art work is available several type of media such as: Etchings, Watercolor, Oil, Giclee, Copper, Lithographs and in many more.
Throughout the years, Ebgi has created his own Art Techniques as well.
Master Printmaker and Sculptor AMRAM EBGI has been creating beautiful Art for decades, bringing the deeply symbolic and beloved images of his rich Jewish Heritage to a growing legion of adoring fans worldwide! His intricately detailed masterpieces are bursting with the Colors of Life, imbued with a joyous passion that radiates out from every image. EBGI is truly an Ambassador of the Arts, with his exquisite work commissioned by UNICEF; permanently displayed in the Museum Collections of Yale, Princeton and UCLA (just to name a few!); exhibited by museums and collected by avid fans in countries all around the world!
1998 (MAY) Ohev Shalom Congregation, Orlando
1998 (MAR) UJA Federation, Miami, FL
1997 (JUN) Turnberry Jewish Center, Aventura, FL
1997 (JAN) International Ketubah Expo, Museum of Florida
1996 (NOV) Schaarai Zedek, St. Petersburg, FL
1996 (FEB) Jerusalem 3000 Celebration, Jerusalem
1994 (SEPT) Fine Arts Gallery, Ardmore, PA
1994 (JUN) Carter Art Exhibition, Paris, France
1993 (JUN) Lucien Krief Gallery, Jerusalem
1992 (NOV) Nuance Art Gallery, Tampa, FL
1991 (JAN) J.C.C. of San Antonio, TX
1990 (MAR) Temple Beth Am, Miami, FL
1989 (DEC) J.C.C. of Houston, TX
1989 (DEC) Gallery Nicole, Sherman Oaks, CA
1989 (MAY) J.C.C. of Central Florida, Maitland, FL
1989 (MAY) Riverdale YM-YWHA, New York
1989 (JAN) J.C.C. of Rockville, MD
1988 (OCT) Memphis J.C.C., Memphis, TN
1988 (AUG) J.C.C. of Central Florida, Maitland, FL
Beit Ha-Shoah-Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles
Florida Gulf Coast Art Center, Belleair, FL
Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL
Canton Art Institute, Canton, OH
Salt Lake City Art Center, Salt Lake City, UT
Del Rio Art Center, Del Rio, TX
Laguna Beach Museum, Laguna Beach, CA
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
World of Art, Israel
Chicago Sun Times
Jewish Times, Baltimore, MD
Miami Herald, Miami, FL
Atlanta Jewish Times, Atlanta, GA
Jewish Post, Yardley, PA
Miami Jewish Tribune, Miami, FL
1996: Chaim Topol and Elizabeth Taylor presented Ebgi's work to the University of Maryland, various synagogues across the United States, and abroad.
1996: Article in Art Business News reflecting on religious art today. "Six Day Creation" appeared on the cover.
1995: Five unique Mezuzas, all sterling silver, designed by the artist.
1992: Special Edition etching entitled "From Generation to Generation."
1988: "Salute to Israel" presented to Vice-President George Bush on the occasion of Israel's 40th Anniversary.
1987: "Slavery To Freedom" was presented to Anatoly Sharansky on his first visit to Miami. 1982: Newark Public Library, New Jersey.
1981: University of Maryland.
1980: "Festival of Masters," Lake Buena Vista, Disney World, Florida.
1980: The Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School, Potomac, MD.
1980: Cable TV, Wilmington, DL.
Norman Brown Fine Arts Gallery, Baltimore
Jerusalem International Judaica Fair, Jerusalem
International Art Expo, New YorkInternational Art Expo, Los Angeles
Pratt Graphic Center, New York
The International Fine Art Expo, Washington D.C.
Nova Terra, Columbia University, New York
Museum of Science, Miami
City Hall, Baltimore
Gallery Kibbutz Lim, Tel-Aviv International Exhibit for Israeli Artists, Panama
University of Michigan
The Johns Hopkins University
University of Alabama
Louisiana State University
University of Miami
Florida International University