16th Annual WAH Salon Art Club Exhibition 2015

Leap of Faith no 2, by Cedric Michael Cox, 24 x 36  inches, acrylic on canvas 500

It’s an honor to have my work included in the 16th Annual WAH Salon Art Club Show. The opening reception for this exhibition curated by Yuko Nii will be Saturday January 24th and will continue through February 22nd 2015. To learn more about this exhibition, the artists involved, the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, and its director, Yuko Nii, follow this link.

“For a Better World 2011” exhibit at The Upstairs at The Greenwhich Gallery

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From January 23rd to March 15th, the original drawings and poems from the book “For a Better World 2011, Poems and Drawings on Peace and Justice by Greater Cincinnati Artists” will be exhibited at The Upstairs at The Greenwhich Gallery. Thank you, Saad Ghosn, editor and creator of “ For a Better World 2011” eighth edition for including me in this unique compilation of poems and drawings. This book and exhibition features over 100 artists in the field of writing and the visual artist who collaborated on the common theme of peace and justice. The drawing I did for this book, “The Working Hands of Time in the New Eden” was inspired by the three poems, “My Fathers Work Gloves”, “Uninspirited” and “The Sand Wars” written by Matt Birkenhauer. The book is filled with other great writings accompanied with strong visual imagery that evokes the mind and spirit. If you would like a copy of this book it is sold at the Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery in the Aronoff Center for the Arts. Opening Reception for the exhibition will On Friday January 24th from 7 – 10 pm.  The exhibition will continue through March 15th 2015.  For regular gallery hours follow this link.

Big Questions Answered in The River City News

Purple Fig by Cedric Michael Cox 10 x 10 inches, acrylic on canvas

Purple Fig by Cedric Michael Cox 10 x 10 inches, acrylic on canvas

I would like to give special thanks to writer,Jackie Demaline and The River City News for taking notice of my exhibition at NKU. It’s an honor to be in your publication. To see the interview follow this link

Aeqai: Adumbrationes: Cedric Michael Cox at the Carnegie

Visions on Elm by Cedric Cox, 48x48 inches, acrylic on stretched canvas

Visions on Elm by Cedric Cox, 48x48 inches, acrylic on stretched canvas

Check out A.C. Frabetti’s review of Urban Rapture, my exhibit of new paintings that’s currently on view at The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington, KY:

Though Cedric uses the term ‘quilt’ to describe in part his approach to his paintings, they could just as easily be mosaics, or even stained glass, given their use of dark lines separating the colors.

Read the rest here, on the Aeqai: Adumbrationes arts blog.