Concrete Jungle by Cedric Michael Cox, 5 x 7 inches, acrylic on canvas
June 5th through June 29th I will have three paintings featured at Arcilesi | Homberg Fine Art ( AHA) in Brooklyn. This will be my first group exhibition with AHA and I look forward to the opportunity to share my work with new audiences. Opening Reception will be Thursday June 5th from 6 – 9pm. For gallery hours and other news follow this link
First City by Cedric Michael Cox, 87 x 17 inches, acrylic on board.
Polyphonic Monuments, by Cedric Michael Cox 20 x 34 inches graphite on paper
As a native of Cincinnati, It’s an honor to have my work included in the book The Cincinnati Anthology. This compilation of writings and visual art brings together some of Cincinnati’s most notable residents—native sons and daughters creatives and contemplators—in order to tell the stories of the city, its triumphs and its troubles. In addition to the book editor of the book, Zan McQuade is curating an exhibition at Harvest Gallery that will feature artwork by some of the visual artists and writers who have told their personal story. To RSVP for the exhibition follow this link and to order your copy of this fascinating book follow this link.
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
Brian’s Dream by Cedric Michael Cox inspired by the work of Paul Klee and Brian Joiner
Join me Saturday January 18th from 6 – 8 pm, for the opening reception of Inspiration at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center. This exhibition will feature artist who created works of art inspired by the people and places that inspire them. The work that I submitted for the show was inspired by two paintings by German Swiss painter, Paul Klee and a painting by Cincinnati based painter Brain Joiner. Gallery talk for this show will be on Saturday February 5th, from 1 – 3 and the exhibition will continue through March 1st. Continue reading →