64 Paintings at The New Children’s Hospital Critical Care Building

64 Paintings now installed in Children’s Hospital Critical Care Building
One of the highlights of this year was the recent installation of 64 paintings that I worked on with elementary and high school students for Cincinnati Children’s New Critical Care Building. Thank you Principal Alison of South Avondale, Stephanie Cooper of North Avondale, James Nevil of Rockdale Academy, Robert Keller of Ludlow High School, and Alison Burns of Woodward Career Technical High School for welcoming me into your art classes to engage with your talented students .  I am grateful for your students’ passion and dedication to this project. Every painting offers hospital patients, visitors, and staff a bright and vivid visual that comforts, nurtures and heals the spirit. Thank you, Kolar Design, for inviting me to be a part of this amazing project. Thank you, Alison Banz, for framing and installing all the art, and thank you to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital for allowing me to have my art in your state of the art Building.

9 thoughts on “64 Paintings at The New Children’s Hospital Critical Care Building

  1. Cedric, you are my hero! I remember when you were beginning the project, and it is so special to see the end product! Since I’ve seen you teach, I know those kids had a great experience!

  2. Cincinnati loves you and your art, Cedric. Saw the nice article featuring you and Aeqai in the paper today.
    Your art is so perfect for the Children’s Hospital. Always lifting our spirits.
    Gotta ask – did you know the colors on the walls before you chose the colors of your artwork?

  3. I think I saw you in Sedona. My friend, Beth Goldstein, says you’d be a great guest for my Breakfast Club in Cincy. Email me if you are interested.

    Sure I would like that. What is you cell? Mine is 513 485 0180

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