Drawing Session and forum Cincinnati Art museum



Visit the Cincinnati Art Museum Sunday June 5th 2 – 4 pm for the 30 Americans Forum and draw with me during the special Sketching Sunday session.  We will have a still life set up and materials provided for you. Just bring your imagination.Its free no need to RSVP.  For moire details follow this LINK

International Contemporary Artists Vol. VIII

Face Dances No 2 24 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

Face Dances No 2  by Cedric Michael Cox 24 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas

Beginnings, 30 x 40 inches, acrylic on stretched canvas

Beginnings, by Cedric Michael Cox 30 x 40 inches, acrylic on canvas

I would like to personally thank publisher and curator Eve Lemonidou for selecting  my painting Face Dances No.2  to be in the VIII edition of the book International Contemporary Artists.  To learn more about this series follow this link

“First City” featured at One New Painting Opening August 31st at Frame Design

First City by Cedric Cox, 87 x 17 inches, acrylic on panel board.

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Join me for One New Painting Opening Friday August 31st at Frame Design. The exhibition will feature over twenty contemporary painters. In this showcase of talent I will debut “First City”. The architecture of the Cincinnati Museum Center and other monuments of our great city inspired this work. To RSVP on facebook for this exhibition follow this link. Click the link below to see the painting in progress.
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National Art League 82nd Annual Juried Exhibition Douglaston, NY May 7th – June 2nd

It’s an honor to have “Maya’s Green” in the National Art League 82nd Annual Juried Exhibition. The National Art League is located at 44-21 Douglaston Parkway in Queens, and the exhibit is up 7 May-2 Jun 2012. Follow this link to read more about this painting inspired by my dear friend Maya Drozdz.

“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