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This slide show has information and examples of work by David Ellis, an artist from Camden, NC and based in Brooklyn, NY, who is being considered for the Hamburger Square Train Trestle Mural Project, …

This slide show has information and examples of work by David Ellis, an artist from Camden, NC and based in Brooklyn, NY, who is being considered for the Hamburger Square Train Trestle Mural Project, Nov. 2009.

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  • 1. David Ellis
  • 2. Biography:
    • David Ellis was raised in a log cabin near Raleigh. His family was very musical.
    • Ellis’ work continues to interpret music and sound. His paintings are often recorded in a form of digital time-lapse animation Ellis calls motion painting.
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    • Ellis gained famed almost a decade ago as part of the Barnstormers group, which painted on and transported old tobacco barns for exhibition.
    • Ellis often works in collaboration with other artists and the community.
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  • 4. Practical Considerations:
    • Ellis has confirmed his interest in the mural project.
    • Ellis has local ties but also has a high profile internationally. His work is well known and highly acclaimed.
    • Ellis is known to be a pleasure to work with and has experience working with communities.
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  • 17. Click on the link below to see an example of “Motion Painting”: