Artist in Residence E.H. Greene Intermediate School

Midnight Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

Midnight Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

Sunburst Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

Sunburst Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

It was an honor to return to E.H. Greene Intermediate School as their artist in residence. In the course of one week and 20 classes, had the pleasure of engaging with 5th and 6th graders from art instructors Amy Glazer and Katy Hall’s studios about my work and journey as an artist. In addition to the students learning about my influences and the artists that interest me, we worked on two 4 x 4 foot canvases that were inspired by my latest work. Thank you Principal Philip Hackett and Sycamore school district for inviting back and Most importantly I would like to thank all 800 students that I met, who showed interest in the work I do and made these paintings come to life.

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Sunburst Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

Sunburst Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

Midnight Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

Midnight Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

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2 thoughts on “Artist in Residence E.H. Greene Intermediate School

  1. This art work though inspired by others has a unique and intriguing appeal that gives you a sneak peek in to the captivating, wild, ordered, complex yet simple mind of the artist.
    what a beautiful mind.

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