Thank you Chelsea Borgman, of C -Link, for taking the time to stop by my studio to talk about life, art, and education. It is an honor to have your piece about my work included in the Art World Meet Your World Interview Series for C – Link. To read the article and find out more about C- Link follow this link.
Face Dances No 2 by Cedric Michael Cox 24 x 48 inches acrylic on 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 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.
It’s great to be apart of the Art Beyond Boundaries Changing Perceptions series with their latest exhibition, Ambidextrous. This exhibition which features the work of artists with and without disabilities, has continually grown in popularity as one of the regions’ most vibrant fine art exhibits. The exhibition will last until January 17, 2014.
Midnight Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas
Sunburst Sonata by Cedric Michael;Cox and the students of E. H. Greene Intermediate School 48 x 48 inches acrylic on canvas
It was an honor to return to E.H. Greene Intermediate School as their artist in residence. In the course of one week and 20 classes, had the pleasure of engaging with 5th and 6th graders from art instructors Amy Glazer and Katy Hall’s studios about my work and journey as an artist. In addition to the students learning about my influences and the artists that interest me, we worked on two 4 x 4 foot canvases that were inspired by my latest work. Thank you Principal Philip Hackett and Sycamore school district for inviting back and Most importantly I would like to thank all 800 students that I met, who showed interest in the work I do and made these paintings come to life.