AHA Fine Art Manhattan

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It is an honor to be invited to exhibit my work at Arcilesi and Homberg Fine Art in Manhattan. If you’re in the area during the holidays check out the show!

Arcilesi and Homberg Fine Art
139 Eldridge St.
New York, NY 10002 (East Village / Lower East Side)

212-810-7716 or 347-743-4132

Gallery hours:
Wednesday – Sunday 12 – 6 pm or by appointment

Polly Magazine on news stands now!

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Photograph by Deogracias Lerma

It is an honor to be included in the first issue of Polly Magazine. Managing Editor and Author  Sharmaine McLaren  gives an up close and personal look at my work and my life long passion in the arts. You can get an issue of Polly at Barns and Noble and Joseph-Beth Book Sellers.You can also chech out the article at this link

 

Ascent Gallery US Bank Capital Managment

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First City 17 x 84 inches acrylic on canvas in the collection of Sara M. and Michelle Vance Waddell

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Thursday November 19th, join me for an evening of art and conversation centered around the Ascent Gallery exhibition Personal Selections: Art from the collection of Sara M. and Michelle Vance Waddell. This exhibition  curated by  Elizabeth Leach  will Continue through March 2015.

Healing Through Art: UC Woman’s Center Art Exhibition

Josiah's Hilltop by Cedric Cox 36 x 72 inches 2012 acrylic on stretched canvas

Josiah’s Hilltop by Cedric Cox 36 x 72 inches 2012 acrylic on stretched canvas

It is an honor to have my artwork featured at the UC Health Woman’s Center Art Exhibition.  It is even a greater honor to be featured in the article Healing Through Art, on the UC Health website.  I would like to thank the curator of the exhibition Melissa Mitchell and the director of the center Dr. Lisa Larkin for recognizing the arts and its power to heal. For this exhibition I focused on the universal theme of art being used to heal the spirit and mind.  From peace of mind, good health, empowerment, courage and perseverance, we can create physical and social change. Whether a work of art reminds us of a safe place or can turn sorrow to joy, art changes lives.  When I walked in UC Health Woman’s Center I saw works of art that did this, and I know this will do the same for many others. To read the article follow this link

Planting the Seed at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center August 23rd – September 27th

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I am pleased to be included in the Kennedy Heights Arts Center exhibition Planting the Seed,  featuring five of the Arts Center’s instructors. Contemporary works in a variety of media including painting, pastel drawing, photography, ceramics, textiles and mixed media will be on view by Natalie Hager, Robin Hartmann, Paul Loehle and Karen Saunders. The guest curator for the exhibition is Melissa Mitchell The  opening reception will be  on Saturday, August 23 from 6 to 9pm, and remain on view through September 27, 2014. RSVP at this Facebook Link