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

Common Surprise at Gallery Salveo Opening February 5th Through march 28th 2014

 

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Common Surprise  an exhibition at Gallery Salveo will feature my paintings along with the work of Antonio Adams, Monique Brent, Vince Gray, Jimi Jones, Marc Lambert, and Nancy Williams. For more detail follow this link

 

“Chocolat” at Prairie


Thank you Brian Joiner for inviting to be apart of your league of creative visionaries in the Chocolate Exhibition at Prairie Gallery. Once again you challenged me to not only think outside the box but to pull from the sensuality that the subject matter(chocolate) already evokes to the senses. Along with the work of Gustav Klimpt and Alphonse Mucha you have once again inspired me.  A portion of proceeds from the exhibition’s sales benefit the Taft Museum of Art’s Duncanson Society.
Follow these links to other articles written about the show
http://www.aeqai.com/articles/012011a.htm
http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/article-22196-the-posthumously-working-artist.html

Gallery Swarm Exhibition


I very happy to announce my return to Chicago with my latest exhibition at Gallery Swarm with native Chicago artist James Schneider. The Opening Reception is January 21st and the exhibition will continue through February 13th.

In the Wing for One Day

December 4th of 2010, I was apart of the Holiday Extravaganza event at the Cincinnati Art Museum called Magical Music. I engaged Museumgoers about my work and its relation to music. For one day I can say that I was in the Cincinnati Wing of the Cincinnati Art Museum.

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