World Renowned Artist Ezi has sold and showcased his paintings in:
England, France, Italy, South Korea, China, Israel, Egypt, the Bahamas, Bermuda and in the US from coast to coast.
- President of the Coral Springs Artist Guild.
- Coral Springs Festival of the Arts 2013 Signature Artist 2 years in a row.
- Chosen to be Coral Springs Festival of the Arts 2012 Signature Artist.
- Presented a workshop on still life at Jerry's Artarama.
- Featured in 9 Parkland and Coral Springs Magazines.
- Full page article in the Bucks County Courier Times.
- Article in the community of excellence Coral Springs.
- Articles in the Coral Springs FOCUS newspaper.
- Three books about Ezi's Paintings have been published.
- Exhibits in:
- Sugar Sand Park Gallery FL,
- Featured artist in Keyes Real-estate office Gallery FL,
- Coral Springs Northwest Regional Library FL,
- One man show in the Parkland Library FL,
- Caran Art Gallery FL,
- Coral Springs Museum of Art FL,
- The Painted Easel Studio Weston FL,
- Broward Art Guild Gallery FL,
- American Orchid Society Gallery FL,
- Delaware River Gallery PA,
- Simply S.O.T.A. PA,
- Howard Gallery PA,
- Gallery 125 NJ,
- Sand Castle Gallery PA,
- Philadelphia Sketch Club PA,
- Riverrun Gallery NJ
- and many other local galleries. He showed his work more than once in most of these galleries.
is a member of Delray Art League, Broward Art Guild, Boca Raton Museum of Art Guild, Coral Springs
Artist Guild, Artist of Yardley, TAWA and the Philadelphia Sketch Club.
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Below is a recent article in the Bucks County Courier Times, to view the article click below.
Award Winning Artist
**** Portrait Artist in Florence, Italy ****
Original Oil Painting on Canvas. Unique work of art completely done by the Artist
** A similar Frame is Included
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Description: Fantastic Painting - An artist painting a female portrait in Florence, Italy. The color of the painting are strong and vibrant.
Digital Photo doesn't do justice.
The story: In Florence Italy where there are the greatest paintings and sculptures by Michael Angelo and there is a street portrait
artist is painting his masterpiece. sitting next to his easels and exhibiting some of his landscaping.
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Artist Ezi has sold and showcased
his paintings in England, France, Italy, South Korea,
China, Israel, Egypt, the Bahamas, Bermuda and in
the US from coast to coast. His paintings can also
be seen locally in galleries such as The Painted Easel Art Studio
Weston FL, Coral Springs museum of Art FL, Broward Art Guild Gallery
Fort Lauderdale FL, American
Orchard Society Boca Raton FL, the Howard Gallery of
Fine Art in New Hope PA, Riverrun Gallery
Lambertville NJ, Delaware River Gallery Yardley PA,
Gallery 125 Trenton NJ, Sketch Club Gallery
Philadelphia PA, Simply S.O.T.A in New Hope PA, the
Upstairs Gallery of the Sand Castle Winery PA and
other galleries in Doylestown PA. He has also
exhibited at MCCC, the College of New Jersey Gallery
and a one man show at the JCC of Ewing NJ.
in the Parkland Coral Springs Life magazine, it included a picture of
his Festival of the Arts winning painting "Coral Springs Covered Bridge.
Mentioned and a photo was included in the community of excellence
Coral Springs magazine issue. In the Newspaper insert Coral Springs
FOCUS Ezi was introduced as the Signature Artist. “It’s all in the
Journey” a full page article was
published in the Sunday issue of the Bucks County
Courier Times. The newspaper article was about Ezi’s
Art and included pictures of his paintings and his
Ezi’s paintings can be seen on
the internet: “Ezi Algazi Fine Art Studio”
EziStudio.net, the International Artist Magazine
MyGallery website and many search engines that can
be found by Googling "Ezi
Algazi". Ezi is
listed in the National Register's Who's Who in the
Library of Congress in Washington D.C. "Rose under
Glass" oil on canvas is part of the White House
Ezi is a member of the Broward Art Guild, Boca Raton Museum of Art Guild, the Coral Springs Artists Guild (CSAG),
the Artists of Yardley (AOY), the Sketch Club in
Philadelphia and the Trenton Artist Workshop
“Ezi” (as he signs his works, a family nickname
for Ernest) is an Artist strongly influenced by his
travels around the world where he captures the
beauty of what he sees in landscapes, people and
Ezi was born in Cairo, Egypt. When he was 14
years old the Algazi Family (his parents, brother
and 3 sisters) left Egypt for Marseilles France and
then spent six month in Paris, France before
settling in Trenton, New Jersey. During the summer
of 1970, Ezi spent three months in Israel, where he
continued showing his artistic talent by
sketching the farm scenes and the people that he
met. On the way back to the United States he
spent time in Belgium, France and England.
After high school, he attended Mercer County
Community College where he studied art under
Mel Lepzig, a renowned artist. Ezi also attended
the College of New Jersey, where he studied art with
Bruce Rigby and Horoshi Murata (two very
accomplished artists). "I remember going to New York
City to help Bruce Rigby hang his paintings in one
of the top Soho galleries. It was a great
learning experience." Ezi also studied
Photography and minored in Computer Science and
later received a degree in Advertising and Design.
In 1973 Ezi moved to a kibbutz in Israel for six
months. In 1984 he traveled to Rome, Florence,
Venice, Milan, Geneva, Paris, Belgium and Holland.
This was more than a vacation, as he traveled with
his sketch pad and camera, studying the great art
masters of Europe.
In 1989 he met and married his beautiful wife
Amy. In 1990 Amy and Ezi had a son named Robert. In
1995 they moved from Ewing New Jersey to Yardley,
In December 2010, Ezi and his Family relocated to
Ezi worked as a computer programmer for the State
of new Jersey, Office of Information Technology (OIT)
and after 28 years he retired at a young age and has
been a full time artist for many years.
Ezi continues to travel to find new inspirations
for his paintings. He recently traveled to Spain,
Italy, Greece, Croatia, Monte Carlo and Monaco. He
also cruised to the Bahamas, Bermuda, Grand Cayman,
Jamaica, St. Thomas, St. Martin, Puerto Rico and
other tropical Islands. He takes hundreds of
photographs back to his new larger studio in
Parkland Florida and analyzes each picture and then
give his own interpretation of what he sees. When
he is finished he comes up with the perfect
composition, where each work conveys a special
feeling to the viewer. His paintings are full of
color and life, having the sense of controlled
spontaneity and liveliness in brushwork; in essence
they are a reflection of him.
Ezi is planning to expand his horizons by
returning to Europe and will continue to look for
new places around the world for inspiration. He
will also submit more of his works of art to
Museums, Galleries, Magazines and art competitions.
Wet-in-wet or alla prima
painting techniques, in which paintings are completed in one or
two sessions without allowing layers to dry, do not require
adherence to the "fat over lean" rule. Such paintings
effectively form only one paint layer, so the rule does not
It’s All in
the Journey. I love to travel around the world and see
different cultures, landscaping, sea scaping. I have a
fascination for the natural world, its variety, colors and
textures. As an artist, I thrive on the challenge of being able
to transfer this richness and beauty to canvas. The world is a
beautiful place and we have all marveled at people we met
randomly who have left an impression on us with their images, as
precious moments in life. I like to recreate the moments in my
new Florida studio.
travel I take thousands of pictures, many of the same subject
from various angles. The advent of digital photography has
greatly aided my ability to compose a painting. Back in the
studio, I can use the computer to further crop, adjust the
lighting, values and color saturation to get the final design.
I also combine pictures by changing backgrounds, adding or
removing people, posts, street signs and other unwanted objects.
the image on the canvas by using carbon paper or grid the
canvas. Then I sketch over to highlight more details. Using
the laptop to view the image, I am also able to zoom in on the
specific area that I am working on. I also use the computer to
look at other references that I want to add to the painting.
I keep a
loose brush and change what I see to add more contrast and
change colors to have more complimentary colors. Sometimes I
start from the top right of the canvas concentrating on the most
important part of the painting and leaving the background to the
end. As a slightly color-blind artist, having problems
distinguishing between green and gray with a close tome, I use
color manuals as a reference. I also like to use bright and
** For more Information visit "Ezi Algazi Fine Art Studio" Website: Http://ezistudio.com