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Luis Alfredo Arcia, Venezuelan artist. Achievements include development of device that allows an inexpensive polaroid camera to take pictures using the illumination of an electronic flash outside of the camera, or any other group of electronic flashes, or similar arrangement. Recipient Artist Fellowship award, New York Foundation for the Arts, 2000, Concordia Fellowship award, 2000, Scholarship award, Young Artist Biennial, 1981.

Background

Arcia, Luis Alfredo was born on November 19, 1953 in Caracas, Venezuela. Arrived in the United States, 1982. Son of Francisco Gracielo Arcia and Sofia Rosales.

Education

Graphic design certified, Simon Bolivar University, Caracas, 1975. Fine arts degree, Cristobal Rojas Art School, Caracas, 1979. Student, Parsons School Design, 1984.

Fine arts certified, Art Students League, 1985.

Career

Billboard designer Vallas C.A., Caracas, 1975—1977. Painter, designer Karl Mann Associates, New York City, 1985—1992. Muralist, designer Modeworks Inc., since 1994.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of device that allows an inexpensive polaroid camera to take pictures using the illumination of an electronic flash outside of the camera, or any other group of electronic flashes, or similar arrangement.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include.

Connections

Married Nancy Lee Bardes. 1 child James Bardes.

father:
Francisco Gracielo Arcia

mother:
Sofia Rosales

spouse:
Nancy Lee Bardes

child:
James Bardes Arcia