Ezra Bejar Art Studio

Ezra Bejar Art Studio


Professional artist from Mexico based in San Diego, CA. Educated in the arts and the sciences, Bejar art narrative is guided by his own transformation after a temporary loss of vision and 30 years of scientific research. He paints an alternative reality distilling color and shapes using traditional and modern methods.

Ezra's paintings are provocative, energetic and innovative. Rich in color, geometries, textures and esthetics. His paintings have reached global audiences being exhibited and collected in the US, Europe, Asia and Mexico.

Ezra was recognized as a binational artist by the Mexican Government Ministry of Foreign Affairs (IME), and elected as a board member of the International Association of Art (IAA USA, constituted and formalized by UNESCO in 1954). Since 2010, he has participated in over thirty solo and collective exhibitions in the US and internationally.

Original paintings at:
Alessandro Berni Gallery, Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts (GDCA), Artsy, Singulart, Saatchi and Artfinder.

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Ezra received training and education as an artist and as a scientist. He conducted advanced painting and multimedia studies at San Diego State University, School of Art and Design. He received a Ph.D. in pharmacology (Medicinal Chemistry) from University of the Pacific in Stockton. Ezra holds a BS and MS in Experimental Biology from UAM in Mexico City. At a young age, Ezra was exposed to art at his father Kunstkreis gallery in Mexico City.

My artwork evolved from a purely physical form of painting, to working with digital art, animation, and recently post-digital painting. An art form conceptually shaped by the internet and digital processes, but insisting on bringing materiality to it. Thoughts and ideas flow from a time scale that includes my ancestors, current events, ideas found in nature, historical documents, world travel and scientific publications.

The Alternative Reality Series (Bright & Dark)
Depict a complex and changing reality intersected by art, science, and humanity. The themes include ecological and social changes in our planet’s natural environment. The images display layers of harmonious colors, light and shadows,but include dissonant elements peeking audience's interest to explore more.

Recent Events / Exhibits
Collective, 2021 "All Landscape Art," Contemporary Art Gallery Online, Wilmington, DE. May 2021
Collective "Resonance" GDCA, Los Angeles, May 1-31, 2021
Collective "IAA USA WAD, 2021" Installation on Pershing Square, DTLA, Apr 15, 2021-May 31, 2021
Collective, "The Trap" Jaamzin Creative COVID Special Ed: 20 artists from different fields reflect on the global pandemic," Jaamzin Creative, Singapore, 2021
Collective "Love (is all you need)" featured in: Love at First Sight. Singulart, Paris, Feb 21, 2021
Interview with OWA, Mar 4, 2021
Solo "Bright and Dark" Encuentro Binacional de Artists, 2020, SRE, IME & AMECID, Mexico City, Dec 2020
Collective "Cocolixtle," Tzompantli video & mural. Mexican Consulates and Embassies around the world. Nov, 2020
Collective "Amanecer en el Puerto" & "Crossing" "Third International Print Biennial" Skopje, N Macedonia. Nov 2020
Featured on "Jaamzin Magazine" - JaamZin Creative Studios, Singapore. Sept 2020
Featured in the collection of "Mexican Contemporary Art," curated by Singulart, Paris, 2020
"The Journey from the South" selected in the "New This Week 08/10/20 Ninety Nine Artworks" curated by Rebecca Wilson, Saatchi Art, 2020
"Coronado" in the "New This Week 07/13/20 Ninety Nine Artworks" curated by Saatchi Art. 2020
Collective "From My Window!" GDCA, DTLA, CA, Jul 2020
Solo "Expresionismo en Azul" Centro Cultural Tijuana, Secretaria de Cultura, Tijuana, BC, Mexico, 2020
Collective "WAD" GDCA, Los Angeles, CA, 2020
Collective "WAD," IAA USA, LA, CA 2020
Solo "Transforming the Landscape," SD Public Library, 2019