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Liberal Arts Student Work

Emily Gvora '14
Julia Chepke, 2011<br />
Clare Kolat, 2012<br />
Michaela Lynch, 2012<br />
<strong>Nace, S. Ball of lies.  Columbia, SC: Froglegs Studio, 2005. </strong><br />
Lyndsey Vu, 2014<br />
<strong>Hand Hygiene</strong><br />
<strong>Hand Hygiene</strong><br />
<strong>Striving - Best in Show, Best in Category: Visual Arts</strong><br />Kathia St. Hilaire, Dreyfoos School of the Arts - West Palm Beach, Florida
<strong>A Pair of Hands as a Fountain</strong><br />
<strong>A Pair of Hands as a Fountain - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Kendall Tiller, Ronald Reagan High School - San Antonio, Texas
<strong>Unraveled - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Kendall Tiller, Ronald Reagan High School - San Antonio, Texas
<strong>Striving - Best in Show, Best in Category: Visual Arts</strong><br />Kathia St. Hilaire, Dreyfoos School of the Arts - West Palm Beach, Florida
<strong>CIA's new residence hall: April 15, 2013</strong><br />
<strong>BFA Panel</strong><br />Amanda Pierce '13, 2013<br />Enamel on birch plywood
Valerie Grossman, 2012<br />
Lyndsey Vu '14
Aaron Riggs, 2012<br />
Katelyn McCafferty, 2012<br />
Rufus Way Smith (American, 1840-1900). Painter; on CIA faculty 1882-1884. A Summer Afternoon (1882). Oil on canvas, 101.6 x 67.3 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Estate of Mrs. B. D. Babcock 1927.5
Clara Pierce Wolcott Driscoll (Booth) '84 (American, 1861-1944). Designer; head of the Women's Glass Cutting Department, Tiffany Studios. Dragonfly Tea Stand (c 1900-02). Design attributed to Clara Driscoll; made by Tiffany Studios (American). Glass mosaic. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Promised Gift.
William Zorach (American, 1887-1966). Sculptor, painter, printmaker, who took night classes at CIA 1905-1907. Sailing Provincetown (1916). Linoleum cut, 27.2 x 21.9 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Purchase from the Karl B. Goldfield Trust 2009.356
Harold Edward Winter '31 (American, 1908-1976). Enamellist, entrepreneur; on CIA faculty 1938-1940. Plaque: Mexico (1940). Enamel, 61.6 x 61.6 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Cleveland Art Association 1940.349
2013 Faculty Exhibition opening reception
<strong>Boys</strong><br />Arpita  Singh, 2012, Courtesy of the artist and DC Moore Gallery<br />
<strong> Street</strong><br />James Nares, 2011<br />film still, courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery New York, NY.
<strong>The Chamber</strong><br />Cathie Bleck18x15 in, lithographs. Editions of 20.
Loraine Ruetz '14
Best in Show category prize: Watercolor pencil Albrecht D&uuml;rer wood case of 72 ; valued at $531.25.
Abigail Collins '17
Emily Hromi '14
<strong>Janet Macoska, rock and roll photographer</strong><br />
<strong>"Compendium"</strong><br />
<strong>Psychosis - Best in Show, Best in Category: Integrated Media: Photography</strong><br />Michael Baer, Junior<br />Downers Grove South High School; Hometown: Woordridge, IL
<strong>Michael</strong><br />Eric Dahl, 2014<br />wet collodion print, video
Students shoot portraits of children who are patients at the Cleveland Clinic, though the Flashes of Hope organization.
<strong>Students shoot portraits of children in a pediatric unit at the Cleveland Clinic, as part of the Fla</strong><br />
Art history class at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
<strong>Participating in an outdoor aluminum casting our with a visiting artist.</strong><br />
<strong>A Creative Encounter - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />George Merkle, Senior<br />Saint Augustine High School; Hometown: Saint Augustine, FL
<strong>Sugar Addict - Juror's Special Merit, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Emily Kofsky, Senior<br />Arlington High School; Hometown: Poughkeepsie, NY
<strong>Psychosis - Best in Show, Best in Category: Integrated Media: Photography</strong><br />Michael Baer, Downers Grove South High School; Hometown: Woordridge, IL
<strong>Pumpkin - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Jessalynn Anning, Junior<br />Pitman High School; Hometown: Pitman, NJ
<strong>Boredom of Aries - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Ali  Al-Ramezi, Sophomore <br />Medina High School, Hometown: Medina, OH
<strong>Magazine Cover - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Holly  Baumgartl, Senior<br />Streetsboro High School; Hometown: Streetsboro, OH
Evan Graham '14
Amber Esner '13
<strong>NEO: A Runway Show</strong><br />
Design collateral for the Fluxus Arts Advocacy Project
<strong>The General in his Labyrinth's (Triptych)</strong><br />Kasumi , 2014<br />film, video, welded chromed steel
*Image courtesy of The Gallery at Gray's
<strong>Perched</strong><br />Maggie Denk-Leigh, 2014<br />silkscreen/ monoprint
Community Works: Artist as Social Agent is a multilayered, year-long effort that will explore the nature of art and social engagement.
Visiting artist Cathie Bleck talks about her experience working as an artist-in-residence in the Printmaking Department at the Cleveland Institute of Art.
The Stryker project team with a few of their prototypes. From left: Steve Clifford (Stryker), Adam Valco '15, Jim Beachneau (Stryker), Kevin Zehe '14, Alex Price '15, Geemay Chia '15, Cameron Lada '15, Katelyn Petronick '15, Jose Calderon (Stryker), Caitlyn Moss '16, Duke Matelski '15, Aaron Johnson (Stryker), and Associate Professor Douglas Paige '82.
Deicated faculty work one-on-one with students so they are well prepared to enter professional fields.
<strong>LUMI&Egrave;RE</strong><br />Cinematheque Premiere Night
<strong>Baroque Feast - Best in Show, Best in Category: Visual Arts</strong><br />Sophia Anthony, Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts; Hometown: Dallas, TX
<strong>Baroque Feast - Best in Show, Best in Category: Visual Arts</strong><br />Sophia Anthony, Senior<br />Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts; Hometown: Dallas, TX
<strong>Isolation - Juror's Special Merit: Visual Arts</strong><br />Nicholas Raley, Senior<br />Carver Center for Arts and Technology; Hometown: Baltimore, MD
<strong>Math Class (self-portrait) - Runner-Up: Visual Arts</strong><br />Meredith Eudailey, Senior<br />Douglas Freeman High School; Hometown: Richmond, VA
<strong>Baroque Feast - Best in Show, Best in Category: Visual Arts</strong><br />Sophia Anthony, Senior<br />Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts; Hometown: Dallas, TX
Suzanne McGinness
CIA grad Vember Stuart-Lilley '04 of Warner Bros.' Design Studio to give keynote presentation.
Cheryl  Cochran
Brent Kee Young <br />
Kickin Back
Joseph S.  Dehner Head of Ram and Mopar Design, FCA - North America
Joseph S.  DehnerHead of Ram and Mopar Design, FCA - North America
<strong>CHROMOS</strong><br />Opening Celebration Gala
<strong>KALEIDOSCOPE</strong><br />An Art-making Open House
<strong>LUMI&Egrave;RE</strong><br />Cinematheque Premiere Night
<strong>PRISM</strong><br />Procession and Party
<strong>Soundtrack </strong><br />Guy Ben-Ner, 2012<br />still image
<strong> Anonymity </strong><br />Chakaia  Booker, 2007<br />rubber tires and stainless steel, 100 x 41 x 68 inches
Rose Haserodt '15
<strong>Pam as a Teenager</strong><br />Chris Verene, 2008/2014<br />chromogenic color print. Courtesy of Postmasters Gallery, New York.
<strong>Walking Fish</strong><br />Jimmy  Kuehnle
<strong>Tony Lewis in his studio, Chicago</strong><br />Rose Bouthillier, 2015<br />
<strong>Tony Lewis in his studio, Chicago </strong><br />Rose  Bouthillier, 2015<br />
Mary Wells Barron
Dimensions: 21w x 32h
Breanna Kulkin, 2015<br />
<strong>Wisteria</strong><br />Composed by Shawn Head, animated by Zach James and Lisa Tan. Surround mix engineer: Keifer Wiley.
The Time In-between by Drawing major Suzanne Head '16
<strong>Richard Fiorelli portrait</strong><br />Greg Martin, 2003<br />photography
<strong>The Agora Theatre and Ballroom</strong><br />Designer: Anthony Zart
Jeff Harter, Chair, Illustration Department<br />
<i>Lots of people waiting in line in California</i>
Zachary Gorell, Technical Specialist, Glass Department<br />
<i>Vento</i>, 2016<br />
Blown glass, diamond cut, sandblasted.
<strong>Nuts</strong><br />Kari  Russell-Pool, 2016<br />Ink and watercolor on paper
<strong>Rocking Chair Lane</strong><br />Chris Ireland, 2016<br />Archival Digital Print
<strong>The Departure</strong><br />Joe Stavec, 2009<br />Oil on Canvas
<strong>The Guardian</strong><br />Joe Stavec, 2013<br />Oil on Canvas
<strong>Along the border of Dream</strong><br />Joe Stavec, 2013<br />Oil on Canvas
<strong>Fear of Clowns</strong><br />Joe Stavec, 2008<br />Oil on Canvas
<strong>Triptych:Other Peoples Lives/Waiting/For a Certain Moment</strong><br />Joe Stavec, 2005<br />Oil on Canvas
Approximately 120 students from 13 collegiate glass programs participated in the 2016 Glass Games.
Pamela Argentieri '86
<strong>Transactions</strong><br />Carmen Romine, 2016<br />Thermal receipt paper
<strong>Currents</strong><br />Carmen Romine, 2015<br />Paper tape
<strong>Aphonic</strong><br />Carmen Romine, 2013<br />Newsprint
<strong>Expansion</strong><br />Carmen Romine, 2015<br />Backdrop paper
<strong>Tide</strong><br />Carmen Romine, 2015<br />Newsprint end roll from the Plain Dealer
<strong>Cultiral Masks Series</strong><br />Richard Heipp, 2016<br />Arcylic on plastic
<strong>"Electro-Physiologie" series + "Reflection on Beuys,"</strong><br />Richard Heipp, 2016<br />Ink on paper+  acrylic on plastic
<strong>Mexican Street No.13</strong><br />Neil  MacDonald, 2016<br />oil on canvas
<strong>Mexican Street</strong><br />Neil  MacDonald, 2016<br />oil on canvas
<strong>Constantini</strong><br />Neil  MacDonald, 2016<br />colored pencil on paper
<strong>Bosch Icon No.1</strong><br />Neil  MacDonald, 2016<br />oil on panel
<strong>Barcelona Boccaccio</strong><br />Neil  MacDonald, 2016<br />colored pencil on paper
<strong>Cathedral</strong><br />Neil  MacDonald, 2016<br />oil on canvas
Jordan Perme, 2016<br />mixed
Tallmadge Doyle, 2015<br />Etching, Aquatint, Drypoint
<strong>Experts Still Concur...</strong><br />Juli Edberg, 2015<br />drawing with watercolor
<strong>Tug o' War</strong><br />Juli Edberg, 2015<br />collage
<strong>We Confront Our Truth</strong><br />Juli Edberg, 2016<br />drawing with gouache
<strong>Little Girl At The Feis, Berea Fairgrounds, Oil Portrait</strong><br />Nancy Higgins, 2002<br />oil
<strong>Little Girl At The Feis, Berea Fairgrounds, Oil Portrait</strong><br />Nancy Higgins, 2002<br />oil
<strong>Adoniram Acrobasis</strong><br />Thomas Lyon Mills, 2015<br />watercolor, woodcuts, fabric, oil, acrylic, charcoal on pieced paper
<strong>Shuron</strong><br />Thomas Lyon Mills, 2015<br />watercolor, charcoal, conte, antique glass eye, measuring tape on pieced paper
<strong>Omaggio a Padre Alessandro</strong><br />Thomas Lyon Mills, 2016<br />watercolor, conte, charcoal on pieced paper
<strong>Caveam</strong><br />Thomas Lyon Mills, 2016<br />watercolor, charcoal, conte, antique glass eye on pieced paper
<strong>My Sister, My Mother, My Sister</strong><br />Angela  Dufresne , 2014<br />oil on canvas. Courtesy of the Artist and Monya Rowe Gallery.
Spencer  Cowan
Dagen  Shellenberger
Stephanie  Haught
Orlando Caraballo
<strong>Doubles</strong><br />Pita  Brooks, 2016<br />Mixed Media Encaustic
<strong>Thin blue line</strong><br />Pita Brooks, 2016<br />Mixed Media Encaustic
"War Dragons" player Miranda Pavelle entered this concept drawing for the design of a monument.
<strong>PHOTO SHOOT 2016</strong><br />RON  TESTA, 2016<br />PHOTOGRAPH
<strong>Imprint</strong><br />Barbara Stanczak, 2011<br />occhio de tegris
Majors have studio spaces in which they can surround themselves with personal inspiration. Each space provides a workbench, seating, lighting and secure storage.
The first of three "Groman Edition" recruitment posters for CIA.
Photo by Rob Muller/CIA.
<strong>"Blowing Down the House" </strong><br />Leslye Arian 17"x 14", mixed media acrylic and pastel on paper
<strong>"Black Trees at Sunset"</strong><br />Bonnie Dolan 30" x 40", oil on canvas
<strong>"Avatar Portraits"</strong><br />Jennifer Leach each of 4 prints 17" x 17", woodcut print on paper
<strong>PRAGUE SERIES: POSITIVE/NEGATIVE </strong><br />Tom Roese 36"x36" Acrylic on canvas
<strong>Wheel of Fortune</strong><br />Jill Milenski, 2016<br />mixed media
<strong>Turtle Art Quilt</strong><br />Gayle Pritchard, 2016<br />art quilt
Gail  Crum, 2016<br />mixed media assemblage
<strong>Moonstruck and Pretty</strong><br />Jessica Madden, 2016<br />Animation
Debbie Christensen, 2012<br />
Xin Xin Liu, 2012<br />
Brad Pearce '09
Eric Dahl, 2013<br />
Jeff Mancinetti, 2009<br />
<strong>Kathia St. Hilaire, Dreyfoos School of the Arts</strong><br />Best in Show, Best in Category: Visual Arts, "Striving"
Lyndsey Vu '14
<strong>Neaderland, Louise.  A Mideast kaleidoscope.   New York : International Society of Copier Artists, 1</strong><br />
Samantha Mills, 2014<br />
<strong>Hard Work</strong><br />
<strong>Hard Work</strong><br />
<strong>Absence of Existence - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Tamara  Walker, New World school of the Arts - Miami, Florida
<strong>Autumn - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Natasha Carovska, John Marshall High School - Los Angeles, California
<strong>Blow Fish - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Hyeong Geun Song, The Heights School - Potomac, Maryland
<strong>Harmonize - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Tamara Walker, New World school of the Arts - Miami, Florida
<strong>Kathia St. Hilaire, Dreyfoos School of the Arts</strong><br />Best in Show, Best in Category: Visual Arts, "Striving"
<strong>CIA's new residence hall: April 23, 2013</strong><br />
<strong>BFA Panel</strong><br />Amanda Pierce '13, 2013<br />Enamel on birch plywood
<strong>Nikki as Lillian</strong><br />Lane Cooper
Andrew Schad, 2012<br />
<strong>In the Room</strong><br />Tami Liss, 2012<br />
<strong>Lyra and Sun Prince</strong><br />Mathew Grady, 2011<br />
CIA is very excited to welcome fall 2014 artist-in-residence Chi-Yu Liao, who comes to CIA from Taiwan. A specialist in video installations, Liao artistically explores interpersonal relationships, gender roles, women's issues and experiences about her own body.
Lydia May Ames '00 (American, 1863-1943). Painter; on CIA faculty 1898-1918. The Shining Rocks of the Ancients (1911). Oil on canvas, 46.4 x 61.6 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Bequest of May Ames 1947.194
Jane Carson (Barron) '99 (American, 1879-1942) and Frances Barnum (American). Silversmiths, jewelers. Cross Pendant (c. 1905). Silver, enamel, amethysts, pearls, cross 8.7 x 6.1 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, John L. Severance Fund 1996.290
Whitney Atchley '32 (American, 1908-1955). Ceramic artist, enamellist, designer, printmaker. The Pool (1930). Linoleum cut. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1930.171
Mildred Watkins '01 (American, 1883-1968). Enamellist; on CIA faculty 1919-1953. My Cat Whirling on a Red Cushion (c. 1944). Enamel, w: 18:4 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Mary Spedding Milliken Memorial Collection, Gift of William Mathewson Milliken 1944.251
<strong>R.G. Cpmes Back From Morning Walk</strong><br />Arpitah  Singh, 2012, Courtesy of the artist and D.C. Moore Gallery<br />
<strong>Street</strong><br />James Nares, 2011<br />film still, courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery New York, NY.
<strong>The Rescue</strong><br />Cathie Bleck18x15 in, lithographs. Editions of 20.
Alyssa Ziemba
Samantha Mills '14
<strong>"Effulgence"</strong><br />
Students often participate in the annual IngenuityFest, Cleveland's annual arts and technology extravaganza.
<strong>Students and their professors build a wood-fire kiln off-site at a CIA outdoor satellite location.</strong><br />
Participating in an outdoor aluminum pour with a visiting artist.
<strong>Classes are often held outdoors, in any of the many park-like settings in the immediate campus vicin</strong><br />
<strong>Aiming High (Cooper) - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Nicole Massy, Junior<br />Center Grove High School, Greenwood, IN
<strong>Sinking Dreams - Juror's Special Merit, Integrated Media Category</strong><br />Cristofer Goodman, Senior<br />Sonoma Valley High School; Hometown: Glen Ellen, CA
Michael Baer, Junior<br />Downers Grove South High School; Hometown: Woordridge, IL
<strong>Michael Baer, Downers Grove South High School</strong><br />Best in Show, Best in Category: Integrated Media
<strong>Trapped - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Charles  Barger, Senior<br />Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy; Hometown: Indian Harbor Beach, FL
<strong>Sad Face - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Ali  Al-Ramezi, Sophomore<br />Medina High School; Hometown: Medina, OH
<strong>Graphic Gaga - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Toni  Blough, Senior<br />Red Jacket High School; Hometown: Shortsville, NY
<strong>Design Matters</strong><br />Danielle Hagar
Justin Smith '14
Loraine Ruetz '14
Jonathan Slack '14
Sam Bogner '14
Sam Bogner '14
Jesse Luketic
Julianne Pasini '13
Kerry Werblak
<strong>Operant Will</strong><br />Michael Meier, 2014<br />oil on canvas
<strong>The General in his Labyrinths (Triptych)</strong><br />Kasumi , 2014<br />film, video, welded chromed steel
*image courtesy of The Gallery at Gray's
Visiting artist Brett Douville is a 16-year veteran of the game design industry, having served as a programmer, consultant, and lead programmer across many types of projects, beginning with seven years at LucasArts Entertainment Company, and most recently, five years with Bethesda Game Studios.
<strong>CIA Alumni at Chrysler</strong><br />
A 3D version of Pavelle's monument design is part of "War Dragons" now.
<strong>PRISM</strong><br />Procession and Party
<strong>Catstronaut</strong><br />Alexander Marek, Senior<br />Lakewood High School; Hometown: Lakewood, Ohio
<strong>Writer's Block - Best in Category: Digital Arts</strong><br />Katey Ladika, Senior<br />Forest Hills High School; Hometown: Windber, PA
Suzanne  McGinness
Katelyn  Petronick
Marc Petrovic <br />
Rooster
Andrew Schad Creative Designer, Brand Identity & Graphics
Product Design Office, FCA US LLC
Andrew SchadCreative Designer, Brand Identity & Graphics 
Product Design Office, FCA US LLC
<strong>Soundtrack</strong><br />Guy Ben-Ner, 2012<br />still image
<strong>Eminent Domain</strong><br />Chakaia  Booker, 2010<br />rubber tires and wood, 55 x 76 x 24 inches
Rose Haserodt '15
<strong>The Tiller</strong><br />Monica  Cook , 2013<br />mixed media. Courtesy of Postmasters Gallery, New York.
<strong>Brad Copping, glass artist</strong><br />
<strong>Filter</strong><br />Kevin Kautenberger
<strong>Rashayla Marie Brown </strong><br />
<strong>Rashayla Marie Brown </strong><br />
Dimensions: 11w x 18.84h
Breanna Kulkin, 2015<br />
Nicholas Raley, Senior<br />Carver Center for Arts & Technology; Hometown: Baltimore, MD
<strong><em>Untitled</em></strong><br />Christi Birchfield '06, 2015<br />bleach and pastel on paper
Sophia Anthony, Senior<br />Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts; Hometown: Dallas, TX
Meredith Eudailey, Senior<br />Douglas Freeman High School; Hometown: Richmond, VA
Photo by Greg Martin '89.
<strong>Beachland Ballroom</strong><br />Designer: Morgan Brenner
Lincoln Adams, Lecturer, Illustration Department<br />
<i>...And So It Goes...</i> Traditional/Digital, 15x20 in. Created for Mainline Today Magazine, for an article regarding the first animal rights laws passed in the wake of a former slave beating his horse to death.
Daniel Roth, Technical Specialist, Fabrication Studios<br />
<i>Skid-Steer</i>, 2015<br />
<sup>3</sup>&frasl;<sub>8</sub>-inch steel round stock.
<strong>Shooting Gallery 3</strong><br />Kari Russell-Pool, 2016<br />Ink on paper
Shania Gilbert plans to study Ceramics at ClA.
Tom Roese drawing in the CIA collection.
The Tubular event.
<strong>Under the Influence</strong><br />Angela  Dufresne, 2016<br />oil on canvas. Courtesy of the Artist and Monya Rowe Gallery.
The jewelry design studio features natural and controlled lighting, excellent ventilation, workbenches, gas and air torches, and flexible shafts at each station.
Photo by Rob Muller/CIA.
<strong>SANTA FE SERIES: MOUNTAIN WALK W/ROAD </strong><br />Tom Roese 13"x17" graphite, acrylic, and colored pencil on acid-free board
Visual Arts category prize: Watercolor pencil Albrecht D&uuml;rer wood case of 48; valued at $247.75.
Elizabeth Staiger
Jen Mellon
Cara Mullinary, 2013<br />
Cris Ross, 2012<br />
Andrew Zimmerman
Unknown
<strong>Keith A. Smith.  Book 91. Barrytown, N.Y. : Space Heater Multiples, [1982]</strong><br />
<strong>Inanimate Indecision</strong><br />
<strong>Inanimate Indecision</strong><br />
<strong>Lavanderia - Best in Category: Integrated Media</strong><br />Monica Perez, Garland High School - Garland, Texas
<strong>Can't Iron - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Kathia St.Hilaire, Dreyfoos School of the Arts - West Palm Beach, Florida
<strong>Fish and Shoes - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Hyeong Geun Song, The Heights School -  Potomac, Maryland
<strong>CIA's new residence hall: May 1, 2013</strong><br />
Natalie Grieshammer '13, 2013<br />Cotton, eyelash yarn, found fabric
<strong>Duck, Duck</strong><br />Anna Wallace, 2012<br />
Valerie Grossman, 2012<br />
Jesse Luketic
<strong>Untitled</strong><br />Jordan Fine, 2013<br />
<strong>Untitled</strong><br />Loraine Ruetz, 2012<br />
Mike Davis, 2012<br />
<strong>Vejigante</strong><br />Eric Hernandez, 2011<br />
Eric Hernandez, 2012<br />
<strong>Desire</strong><br />Eric Hernandez, 2012<br />
<strong>Hearth 2.0</strong><br />Mike Davis, 2012<br />
<strong>Stance</strong><br />Alex Starinksy, 2011<br />
Amanda Rush, 2012<br />
Calvin Tabor, 2012<br />
<strong>2050 Jeep Delta (Recon)</strong><br />Chris Mikalauskas, 2013<br />
Chris Mikalauskas
Cole Mishler, 2013<br />
Dave Pickett, 2012<br />
Jeff Forsythe, 2012<br />
Alex Bitzel, 2013<br />
Anjellica Trace, 2013<br />
Tyler Blackiston
<strong>Containment</strong><br />Christy Watterson, 2011<br />
Henry George Keller '89 (American, 1869-1949). Painter, printmaker; on CIA faculty 1904-1947. Wisdom and Destiny (1913). Oil on canvas, 76.5 x 101.9 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Mrs. Henry A. Everett for the Dorothy Burnham Everett Memorial Collection 1928.580
Horace E. Potter '98 (American, 1873-1948) and Potter Studios (American). Silversmith, entrepreneur; on CIA faculty 1900-1910. Tea Strainer (c. 1910). Silver, 12.9 x 1.9 x 8.8 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, John L. Severance Fund 1986.197
Harold G. Griffith '26 (American, b. 1904). Printmaker, commercial artist. Industrial Cleveland: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Lift Bridge (1930). Etching. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1930.158
<strong>The Boss</strong><br />Sarah Kabot
Kenneth F. Bates (American, 1904-1994). Enamellist, writer; on CIA faculty 1927-1968, 1983-1990, 1990-1994 emeritus. My Trip to Pittsburgh (c. 1945). Enamel on silver, 12.8 x 12.8 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Dudley P. Allen Fund 1945.45
<strong>Tree</strong><br />Arpitah Singh, 2005, Courtesy of the artist and D.C. Moore Gallery<br />
<strong>Ace of Chalices- Henry Thoreau</strong><br />Suzanne  Treister, 2009-11<br />archival giclee print with watercolor on Hahnemuhle Bamboo paper, courtesy of the artist and P.P.O.W. Gallery New York, New York.
Alyzay Sikaffy '17
Benjamin Eberle '17
Billy Yrad '17
Ellen  Howat '12
Samantha Mills '14
<strong>"Pulse"</strong><br />
<strong>Apiaries - Best in Category: Visual Arts</strong><br />Julia Pantak, Senior<br />Pius XI High School; Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
Students built a wood-fire kiln off-site, at a CIA outdoor satellite location.
<strong>Students shown here are participating in IngenuityFest, Cleveland's annual festival of art and techn</strong><br />
Sketching at Wade Lagoon reflection pond, University Circle, in front of the Cleveland Museum of Art.
<strong>Class trip to the West Side Market, Cleveland's famous landmark.</strong><br />
<strong>Almost Symmetry - Honorable Mention, Visual Art</strong><br />Clementine Harvey, Senior<br />Downingtown STEM Academy; Hometown: Downingtown, PA
<strong>Proton EV Concept Electric Car - Juror's Special Merit, Design Category</strong><br />John O'Laughlin, Junior<br />Crawford County Career and Technical Center; Hometown: Meadville, PA
<strong> Ldded Box - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Peter  Benjamin, Sophomore<br />University School; Hometown: Pepper Pike, OH
<strong>Nature's Lead - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Karolina  Ambrazaite, Senior<br />Downers Grove South High School; Hometown: Downers Grove, IL
<strong>Carousel Craze - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Daylynn  Cobb, Sophomore<br />Chico High School; Hometown: Chico, TX
William Appledorn '14
Julianne Rodriguez '13
Natalie Benos '13
Samantha Mills '14
Loraine Ruetz, 2014<br />
<strong>Spatial Archive</strong><br />Tyler Blackiston
<strong>DAYGLO</strong><br />Hien Nguyen
Caitlin Gollini '13
<strong>Operant Will</strong><br />Michael Meier, 2014<br />oil on canvas
<strong>Drill</strong><br />Barry  Underwood, 2014<br />pigment print on Dibond
<strong>Picnic</strong><br />Chi-Yu Liao, 2013<br />Single channel video
Internationally recognized glass artist Marc Petrovic '91 is an assistant professor and chair of the Cleveland Institute of Art's Glass Department.
<strong>CIA Alumni at GM</strong><br />
The one-on-one assistance from faculty is one of the reasons why students are so successful.
<strong>CHROMOS</strong><br />Opening Celebration Gala
Helen Su, 2014<br />3D Animation
<strong>Writer's Block - Best in Category: Digital Arts</strong><br />Katey Ladika, Senior<br />Forest Hills High School; Hometown: Windber, PA
<strong>Below the Surface - Juror's Special Merit, Digital Arts</strong><br />Rona Ahdout and Neema Sadeghi, Seniors
University High School; Hometown: Irvine, CA
<strong>Washed Away - Runner-Up: Digital Arts</strong><br />Hannah Wood, Senior<br />Downers Grove South High School; Hometown: Downers Grove, IL
<strong>Animal Instincts </strong><br />Ian Backstrom, Junior<br />Pius XI; Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
<strong>Figure Drawing Dress - Best in Category: Design</strong><br />Zihan Zhou, Senior<br />Pius XI High School; Hometown: Wauwatosa, WI
Suzanne  McGinness
Petronick poses with her work "The Ignite" at MOCA Cleveland.
Ryan Patrick  Joyce (RPJ) Design Manager, Jeep Brand Interiors
Product Design Office, FCA US LLC
Ryan Patrick  Joyce (RPJ)Design Manager, Jeep® Brand Interiors
Product Design Office, FCA US LLC
<strong>  Handle With Care</strong><br />Chakaia  Booker, 2010<br />rubber tires and wood, 34 1/2 x 98 x 11 inches
Rose Haserodt '15
<strong>The Tiller (detail)</strong><br />Monica  Cook, 2013<br />mixed media. Courtesy of Postmasters Gallery, New York.
<strong>Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese </strong><br />
<strong>Avian Tablet</strong><br />Marc Petrovic, 2015<br />
<strong>24-7, 365 (#3)</strong><br />Gregory Bae
Breanna Kulkin, 2015<br />
<strong><em>Untitled</em></strong><br />Christi Birchfield '06, 2015<br />bleach and pastel on paper
Jordan Charlton, 2017<br />
<strong>Cleveland Institute of Art</strong><br />Designer: Kelsey Cretcher
Lincoln Adams, Lecturer, Illustration Department<br />
<i>Miles' Hot Iron</i>, Graphite/Collage/Digital Paint, 10x10 inches
Use: Potential CD Cover Art/ Self Promotion
<strong>Shooting Gallery 2</strong><br />Kari  Russell-Pool, 2016<br />Ink and watercolor on paper.
Tom Roese drawing in the CIA collection.
Glass artist and educator Henry Halem with Marc Petrovic '91, associate professor and chair of CIA's Glass Department.
<strong>Catch Directions And Toys</strong><br />Angela  Dufresne, 2016<br />oil on canvas. Courtesy of the Artist and Monya Rowe Gallery.
Pavell's digital painting for a "War Dragons" avatar is slated to become part of the game soon.
Equipment such as the hydraulic press aid students in achieving quick forms for making jewelry, objects and sculpture.
Photo by Rob Muller/CIA.
Design category prize: Watercolor pencil Albrecht D&uuml;rer wood case of 48; valued at $247.75.
Kidist Getchew
<strong>Arrowhead Lounge</strong><br />Natalie Benos '13
Zak Simmering, 2006<br />
Megan Carlson, 2009<br />
<strong>Nesl</strong><br />
Cory Endres, 2014<br />
Mat Grady, 2013<br />
Unknown
Thu Tran, 2005<br />
Corey Hugart, 2010<br />
Jim Wiser, 2010<br />
<strong>Monica Perez, Garland High School</strong><br />Best in Category: Integrated Media, "Lavanderia"
<strong>Slava, Paul. Tire book: a rubber fetish. Cleveland, Ohio: Paul Slava, 1984.</strong><br />
<strong>Peace's Piece</strong><br />
<strong>Peace's Piece</strong><br />
<strong>Negre Marron - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Kathia St.Hilaire, Dreyfoos School of the Arts - West Palm Beach, Florida
<strong>CIA's new residence hall: May 8, 2013</strong><br />
<strong>Many Times I Imagined This</strong><br />Margaret Stamm '13, 2013<br />Thesis & Oral Defense
<strong>Fruit Bowl</strong><br />William Brouillard
Andrew McMilan, 2012<br />
Jay Chang, 2012<br />
Emily Hromi, 2014<br />
Marsden Hartley (American, 1877-1943). Painter, writer, who in the fall of 1898 studied drawing at CIA with Nina V. Waldeck â??88 (1868-1943). His years of subsequent study in New York were personally financed by CIA trustee Anne Walworth. Military (1914-15). Oil on canvas, 60.6 x 50.2 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Professor Nelson Goodman 1981.83
Louis Rorimer (American, 1872-1939). Designer, decorator, entrepreneur, who took Saturday classes at CIA in his teens; on CIA faculty 1898-1918. Teapot (c. 1910). Designed by Rorimer; made by Rokesley Shop (American), the workshop of Rorimer, Mary Blakeslee '02 (American, c. 1879-1964) & Ruth Smedley '02 (American, 1881-1920). Silver, moonstone, ebony, 17.8 x 26.7 x 14.5 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift in memory of Louis Rorimer from his daughter, Louise Rorimer Dushkin and his granddaughter, Edie Soeiro 1991.314.2
Charles Bartley Jeffery '32 (American, 1910-1992). Enamellist. The Annunciation (date unknown). Enamel on silver, h: 12.7 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Mrs. Charles Bartley Jeffery 1994.212
<strong>Women in Blue, Men in Black</strong><br />Arpitah  Singh, Courtesy of the artist and D.C. Moore Gallery<br />
Julius Mihalik (American, b. Hungary, 1874-1943). Hessler Road (1930). Linoleum cut. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1930.172
<strong>Seven of Chalices- Utopia </strong><br />Suzanne  Treister, 2009-11<br />archival giclee print with watercolor on Hahnemuhle Bamboo paper, courtesy of the artist and P.P.O.W Gallery New York, NY.
Craft category prize: PITT Monochrome graphite set metal tin of 29 pieces, PITT Studio Set Monochrome, and Castell 9000 Jumbo graphite pencil set of 5; valued at $219.05.
Brianna Zahir '17
<strong>Award of Merit, Association of Medical Illustrators Salon, 2013</strong><br />Erika  Woodrum '14
<strong>Vase - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Tommy Bennett, Senior<br />University School; Hometown: Mentor, OH
Students consulted for the city of Cleveland on plastic bottle conservation issues, and are shown here presenting their findings and recommendations at Cleveland City Hall.
<strong>Annual furniture design project, in collaboration with MOCA, the Museum of Contemporary Art - Clevel</strong><br />
Drawing class trip to one of Cleveland's most famous landmarks, the West Side Market.
<strong>Class visit to sketch at the Cleveland Museum of Art.</strong><br />
<strong>Pheonix - Juror's Special Merit, Craft Category</strong><br />Sabrina Kennedy, Junior<br />The Hill School; Hometown: Emmaus, PA
<strong>Dream Away - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category </strong><br />Steve Aviton; Dillard High School; Hometown, Lauderdale Lakes, FL
Julia Pantak, Senior<br />Pius XI High School; Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
<strong>Eve - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Kristina  Armitage, Sophomore<br />Garland High School; Hometown: Garland, TX
<strong>Phantogram Concert Poster - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Jacob Corder, Lakewood High School; Hometown: Lakewood, OH
Sequoia Bostick '14
Lynsey Moseman
<strong>Cloth</strong><br />Matthew Quetsch
Danielle Hager
<strong>Drill</strong><br />Barry Underwood, 2014<br />pigment print mounted on Dibond
<strong>Steam-Punk Jar-Heads Sitting Shiva for the Machine Age</strong><br />William  Brouillard, 2014<br />fired ceramic, wood, steel
Photo courtesy of Photography major Max Beers, who recently traveled to Guatemala to help build a home for a family in need and create a documentary along the way.
<strong>CIA Alumni at Ford</strong><br />
<strong>KALEIDOSCOPE</strong><br />An Art-making Open House
Katey Ladika, Senior<br />Forest Hills High School; Hometown: Windber, PA
<strong>Eyes of imagination</strong><br />Karla Sanchez, Senior<br />Veterans Memorial Early College High School; Hometown: Brownsville, TX
<strong>Boss Mare - Best in Category: Craft</strong><br />Jane Tierney, Junior<br />Fine Arts Center; Hometown: Greer, SC
Lincoln Adams
<strong>Cross Over Effects</strong><br />Chakaia Booker, 2003<br />rubber tires and wood, 81 x 39 x 36 inches
Morgan Christy '17
<strong>Heater</strong><br />Ryder Ripps, 2014<br />oil on canvas. Courtesy of Postmasters Gallery, New York.
Hunter Grant (left), lead animator for in-game cinematics at Blizzard Entertainment, and Tomas Jech, senior animator at Riot Games.
<strong>Double Focus </strong><br />Christian  Wulffen
<strong>Movement</strong><br />Tony  Lewis, 2015<br />pencil, graphite powder and tape on paper. Courtesy of the artist; Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago; and Massimo De Carlo, London.
Breanna Kulkin, 2015<br />
Rona Ahdout, Senior<br />University High School; Hometown: Irvine, CA
<strong><em>Untitled</em></strong><br />Christi Birchfield '06, 2015<br />bleach and pastel on paper
Hannah Wood, Senior<br />Downers Grove South High School: Hometown: Downers Grove, IL
<strong>Cotton Sky</strong><br />Emily Yates, 2016<br />Animation
<strong>Cleveland Skyline</strong><br />Designer: Erin Pilawski
Marc Petrovic, Chair, Glass Department<br />
<i>Bluebird and Cowbirds</i>, 2015. Hot sculpted and blown glass.
Tom Roese drawing in the CIA collection.
The Glass Hole event.
<strong>Graphite Drawing #4</strong><br />Nicola  Tyson, 2010<br />Graphite on paper. Courtesy of the artist and Petzel Gallery, NY.
Using a wax injector allows for multiple identical wax forms to be produced and cast in metal from one mold.
Photo by Pete Duvall.
Emily Gvora, 2014<br />
Carrie Battista
Zach Sabatino, 2014<br />
Uknown
<strong>CIA's new residence hall: May 23, 2013</strong><br />
<strong>Sligh, Clarissa. What's Happening With Momma?   Rosendale, N.Y.: Women's Studio Workshop, 1988.</strong><br />
<strong>Reality</strong><br />
<strong>Reality</strong><br />
<strong>ZeroTrim Solar Lawnmower / Modo 601 / Photoshop CS6 - Best in Category: Design</strong><br />John O'Laughlin, Crawford County Career & Technical Center - Meadville, Pennsylvania
<strong>Bottle Still Life - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Nicole Specht, Brecksville Broadview Heights High School - Brecksville, Ohio
<strong>Visiting Artist, Molly Hatch</strong><br />A visit from Molly Hatch, a ceramist and designer whose Signature Collection appears in Anthropologie stores nationwide.
<strong>What I See in You Reflects Upon Me</strong><br />Cara Mullinary '13, 2013<br />Paper, thread, gold reflective tape
Nicco Alesci, 2012<br />
Jamee Crusan, 2013<br />
William Brouillard
<strong>Pentagonal Icositetrahedron Neckpiece</strong><br />Christina Chmielecki, 2012<br />
<strong>Stereotypes & Technologies</strong><br />Tyler Blackiston, 2013<br />
Frederick Carl Gottwald (American, b. Austria, 1858-1941). Painter; on CIA faculty 1885-1926. View of the Cleveland Museum of Art (1916). Oil on canvas, 61 x 50.8 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Bequest of Virginia Hubbell 1997.310
Jean Grigor Ulen '22 (American, 1900-1988). Painter, printmaker; taught art at West Technical High School for 25 years. Wash Day (1932). Etching and aquatint. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1932.143
Doris Elizabeth Hall (Kubinyi) '29 (American, 1907-2001). Enamellist, printmaker. Plaque: Andante in Blue (c. 1950). Enamel, 83.2 x 76.8 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Silver Jubilee Treasure Fund 1950.104
Herman N. Matzen (American, b. Denmark, 1861-1938). Steel (c. 1916). Plaster, 76.5 x 32.5 x 24.8 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Herschel Cohen 2001.86
<strong>Knave of Chalices- Ken Kesey</strong><br />Suzanne  Treister, 2009-11<br />archival giclee print with watercolor on Hahnemuhle Bamboo paper, courtesy of the artist and P.P.O.W Gallery New York, NY.
Brianna Zahir '17
Marcella Verchio '17
Laura Bell
Emily Hromi '14
<strong>My TIny House - Best in Category: Design</strong><br />Tyler Rodgers, Senior<br />Academic Magnet High School; Hometown: Charleston, SC
<strong>Sentry - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Samantha Chase, Senior<br />Mountain Vista High School; Hometown: Highlands Ranch, CO
These students are shown surrounding one of many utility box covers they created, as consultants on urban beautification for the local community.
<strong>Student exhibition tent of light sculptures at the annual outdoor Brite Winter Arts & Music Festival</strong><br />
Drawing class at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
<strong>Orientation at the think[box], Case Western Reserve School of Engineering's innovation center, open </strong><br />
<strong>Flay - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Steve Aviton; Dillard High School; Hometown: Lauderdale Lakes, FL
<strong>City Lights - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Hayley   Barden , Junior<br />Saint Francis High School; Hometown: Canton, GA
<strong>Cubist Collage - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Robby  Engoglia, Sophomore<br />University School; Hometown: Chagrin Falls, OH
Caleb Allen '15
Amanda Wilcox
<strong>Steam-Punk Jar-Heads Sitting Shiva for the Machine Age</strong><br />William  Brouillard, 2014<br />fired ceramic, wood, steel
<strong>Infinite Jest (prosperine) </strong><br />Kasumi , 2013<br />(film still) film, video, hand-painted celluloid
*image courtesy of The Gallery at Gray's
International development expert Stephen Vetter will be Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow at CIA from October 6-10, 2014.
<strong>Figure Drawing Dress - Best in Category: Design</strong><br />Zihan Zhou, Senior<br />Pius XI High School; Hometown: Wauwatosa, WI
<strong>Caged In This Digital Age - Juror's Special Merit: Design</strong><br />Kelsie O'Mara, Senior<br />Washburn Rural High School; Hometown: Topeka, KS
<strong>Bus Stop Design - Runner-Up: Design</strong><br />Henry Nordell, Junior<br />University School; Hometown: Gates Mills, OH
Lincoln Adams
Justin Woody '15
<strong>Little Miss Cleveland & the Flaming Lake</strong><br />Sarah Paul , 2015<br />Video still. Courtesy of the artist. Additional video credit: Nathaniel Murray
Scott Stropkay, a 1985 CIA graduate, is the co-founder of Boston-based Essential Design, a team of consulting researchers, designers, and engineers creating breakthrough physical products, digital products, and service experiences for users and businesses.
<strong>Nomenclature </strong><br />Tony  Lewis, 2015<br />pencil, graphite powder, and tape on paper. Courtesy of the artist; Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago; and Massimo De Carlo, London.
<strong><em>Bacteria, Diatoms and Cells</em></strong><br />Eva Kwong, 2015<br />ceramic
<strong>It's All Fun and Games</strong><br />Tristan Begin, Senior<br />Stoney Creek High School; Hometown: Rochester, MI
Richard Fiorelli accepting the Schreckengost Teaching Award in 2003.
<strong>Cleveland Museum of Art</strong><br />Designer: Kathryn Parland
Petra Soesemann, Chair, Foundation Department<br />
<i>Reconstructed Color</i>, 2015. Silk, cotton, synthetic batting, machine-sewn, 62x62 in.
<strong>Graphite Drawing #2</strong><br />Nicola  Tyson, 2010<br />Graphite on paper. Courtesy of the artist and Petzel Gallery, NY.
Jewelry + Metals department facilities are available for students pursuing either Jewelry + Metals as a major or through course electives.
Photo by Pete Duvall.
Interdisciplinary category prize: Watercolor pencil Albrecht D&uuml;rer wood case of 48; valued at $247.75.
William Brouillard
Gracie Nelson, 2014<br />
<strong>Tom's Foolery</strong><br />Nora Corcoran
Renee Arko, 2011<br />
Wanda Santos Bray
<strong>Coviensky, Mira.  Selections from the 6087 books on marriage in the Toronto Public Library as of...</strong><br />
<strong>Rust Belt</strong><br />
<strong>Rust Belt</strong><br />
<strong>Clay Blobs - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Daniel Nielsen, Walnut Hill School for the Arts -  Natick, Massachusetts
<strong>John O'Laughlin, Crawford County Career & Technical Center</strong><br />Best in Category: Craft, "ZeroTrim Solar Lawnmower / Modo 601 / Photoshop CS6"
<strong>Visiting Artist, Beat Zoderer</strong><br />
<strong>CIA's new residence hall: June 20, 2013</strong><br />
<strong>Maple Seed Pod Series (1-6)</strong><br />Jess Luketic '13, 2013<br />Glass, steel, wood
<strong>Definition</strong><br />Anna Wallace, 2011<br />
Suzzanne Peppers, 2012<br />
Mark Stradiot '13
Tyler Zeleny, 2012<br />
Gretchen Hilty, 2012<br />
Charles E. Burchfield '16 (American, 1893-1967). Painter, watercolorist. Church Bells Ringing, Rainy Winter Night (1917). Watercolor and gouache over graphite, 77.2 x 50 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Mrs. Louise M. Dunn in memory of Henry G. Keller 1949.544
Alexander Blazys (American, b. Lithuania, 1894-1963). Sculptor; on CIA faculty 1926-1938. Moses (c. 1928). Designed by Blazys; made by Cowan Pottery (American). Glazed ceramic, 48.26 x 21.59 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Educational Purchase Fund 1928.667
Leroy Walter Flint '36 (American, 1909-1991). Printmaker, muralist. Two White Trees (1933). Process cut. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1935.133
Shelby Lee Adams '74 (American, 1950-  ). Photographer. Self-Rising (1993). Gelatin silver print, 37.6 x 48.2 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Wilbur Markstrom in Memory of Rice A. Hershey, Jr. 2009.321
<strong>Tree</strong><br />Arpita Singh, 2005<br />watercolor on paper, image courtesy Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India and DC Moore Gallery, New York, NY.
Zoei Soliday, Marisa Pekol, Eric Payne, and Chelsea Polk - Class of 2017
<strong>My Tiny House - Best in Category: Design</strong><br />Tyler Rodgers, Senior<br />Academic Magnet High School; Hometown: Charleston, SC
<strong>Sketching at the beautiful reflection pond, at the Cleveland Museum of Art.</strong><br />
Students are placed, for a semester at a time, as "artists in the classroom" in local urban schools.
<strong>Students were retained as consultants by the city of Cleveland, and here present their findings, reg</strong><br />
Very popular Spring Design Show, an annual Cleveland event, here shown at the famous Peter B. Lewis Building, designed by Frank Gehry, housing Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management.
<strong>AMERICANA - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Victoria Rassa, Senior<br />Susquehannock High School; Hometown: New Freedom, PA
<strong>One - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Devin Daugherty, Senior<br />University School; Hometown: Gates Mills, OH
<strong>Under The Park - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Hayley Barden , Junior<br />Saint Francis High School; Hometown: Canton, GA
<strong>God, Please Let This Continute - Honorable Mention, Design </strong><br />Victoria  Gerson, Senior<br />Design and Architecture Sr High; Hometown: Miami, FL
Jeff Poole
Natalie Benos, 2013<br />
Justin Smith, 2014<br />
Allison Hunt '14
Melinda Burgett, 2014<br />
<strong>Infinite Jest</strong><br />Kasumi , 2013<br />(film still) film, video, hand painted celluloid
*image courtesy of The Gallery at Gray's
<strong>Perched</strong><br />Maggie Denk-Leigh, 2014<br />silkscreen/ monoprint
Jos&eacute; Carlos Teixeira is the Champney Family Visiting Professor at Case Western Reserve University Art History department, and at the Cleveland Institute of Art. Notions of identity, otherness, language, boundary, exile and displacement, are recurrent themes in his creative and theoretical investigation.
Lincoln Adams
Justin Woody '15
Zack Petroc, grad and sculptor behind Disney's Big Hero 6
<strong>Pressure</strong><br />Tony Lewis, 2015<br />pencil, graphite powder, and tape on paper. Courtesy of the artist; Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago; and Massimo De Carlo, London.
<strong>Performing Whiteness</strong><br />Teresa Martinez, 2014<br />
<strong>Story of My Life</strong><br />Yungyung Jung, Junior<br />Monta Vista High School; Hometown: Cupertino, CA
Kelsie O'Mara, Senior<br />Washburn Rural High School; Hometown: Topeka, KS
Zihan Zhou, Senior<br />Pius XI High School; Hometown: Wauwatosa, WI
<strong><em>One Ordinary Day of an Ordinary Town</em></strong><br />Mimi Kato, 2010<br />archival pigment pring
Henry Nordell, Junior<br />University School; Hometown: Gates Mills, OH
<strong>Cleveland Museum of Natural History</strong><br />Designer: Ami Rizek
<strong>Standing Figure #3</strong><br />Nicola  Tyson, 2014<br />graphite on paper. Courtesy of the artist and Petzel Gallery, NY.
The Jewelry + Metals department has a soundproof machine room. Students develop a full range of technical skills, including machine tool techniques, finishing and polishing.
Photo by Pete Duvall.
All Best in Category winners will also receive a Tin box Mixed media Polychromos & Castell 9000 artists' pencils; valued at $47.25.
Mike Mu
<strong>Learn One Thing Well</strong><br />Brent Young
<strong>Chromawaves</strong><br />
Amber Esner, 2013<br />
<strong>Skater's Self Portrait</strong><br />
<strong>Skater's Self Portrait</strong><br />
<strong>Lidded Box - Best in Category: Craft</strong><br />Richard Bodner, University School - Shaker Heights, Ohio
<strong>Non Municipal Piece 2 - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Daniel Nielsen, Walnut Hill School for the Arts - Natick, Massachusetts
<strong>Visiting Artist, Nick Cave</strong><br />
<strong>Construction of the patio begins! </strong><br />2013
<strong>Caminando por la Calle</strong><br />Shawn Jimenez '13, 2013<br />Hand-painted woodcut
Valerie Grossman, 2012<br />
<strong>Shell-I</strong><br />Chelsea Stewart, 2012<br />
Rachel Shelton, 2011<br />
<strong>Genuinely Fake Gestures</strong><br />Lindsay Cashews, 2013<br />
Reginald Guy Cowan (American, 1884-1957). Ceramic artist, designer, entrepreneur, who studied informally at CIA with Walter Sinz; on CIA faculty 1928-1933. Adam and Eve (1928). Designed by Cowan; made by Cowan Pottery (Cowan Pottery). Glazed ceramic, 35 x 26.7 x 8.2 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Educational Purchase Fund 1928.235.1 and 1928.235.2
Elsa Christiana Vick Shaw '13 (American, 1891-1974). Painter, muralist, printmaker; on CIA faculty 1923-1931, 1940-1943. The Lily (c. 1933). Aquatint. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1933.103
Bruce Checefsky (American, 1957-  ). Photographer, filmmaker, curator; on CIA faculty 1990 (Cont. Ed.), then 2006-present (2013). Director, Reinberger Galleries 1990-present (2013). Untitled (1997-1999). Photogram, 103.7 x 126.7 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, John L. Severance Fund 2000.37
<strong>Transcolor- Blue on Yellow</strong><br />Richard  Anuszkiewicz, 2012<br />acrylic on wood panel, courtesy of Joe Mimran.
Abel George Warshawsky (American, b. Poland, 1883-1962). Washerwomen at Goyen (1917). Oil on canvas, 64.8 x 81.3 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Cleveland Art Association 1920.277
<strong>R.G. Comes Back From Morning Walk</strong><br />Arpita Singh, 2012<br />watercolor on paper, image courtesy Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India and DC Moore Gallery, New York, NY.
Jennifer Kerbo '13
<strong>My Tiny House - Best in Category: Design</strong><br />Tyler Rodgers, Senior<br />Academic Magnet High School; Hometown: Charleston, SC
<strong>Art history class trip to the Cleveland Museum of Art.</strong><br />
Student exhibition tent of light sculptures at the annual outdoor Brite Winter Arts & Music Festival.
<strong>9th grader history students from Cleveland City Schools are on a field trip to the Cleveland Public </strong><br />
A class enjoying an outdoor discussion at one of the many park-like settings in the immediate campus vicinity.
<strong>Andy - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Yijun Kang, Sophomore<br />Upper Arlington High School; Hometown: Columbus, OH
<strong>Evolved Living -  Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Bresean Davidson, Senior<br />Northmont High School; Hometown: Brookville, OH
<strong>Tracy Arm Fjord - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Hayley Barden , Junior<br />Saint Francis High School; Hometown: Canton, GA
<strong>Equality Buttons - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Katie  Kunze, Junior<br />Lakewood High School; Hometown: Bay Village, OH
Alexandra Duca '15
Elmi Ventura Mata '16
Ami Rizek, 2011<br />
<strong>Find & Seek/ Courage</strong><br />Marc Petrovic, 2014<br />Glass, air, stainless steel
<strong>Find & Seek/ Courage </strong><br />Marc Petrovic, 2014<br />glass, air, stainless steel
<strong>The Fall</strong><br />Jos&eacute; Carlos Teixeira<br />Performance
<strong>Boss Mare - Best in Category: Craft</strong><br />Jane Tierney, Junior<br />Fine Arts Center; Hometown: Greer, SC
<strong>Nailed Nails</strong><br />Thanh Vy Nguyen, Senior<br />Creekview High School; Hometown: Carrollton, TX
<strong>Royaltea - Runner-Up: Craft</strong><br />Scott Jones, Senior<br />Bryan High School; Hometown: Bryan, OH
Rich and Austin Zarobell, grads and New York jewelry designers
<strong>Flag</strong><br />Teresa Martinez, 2014<br />
<strong>The Librarian</strong><br />Michael Colan, Senior<br />Missisquoi Valley Union High School; Hometown: Swanton, VT
<strong><em>Surge</em></strong><br />Hildur &Aacute;sgeirsd&oacute;ttir Jónsson, 2013<br />silk, industrial dyes
<strong>Connor Palace</strong><br />Designer: Brandon Green
The School of Gena Rowlands. Angela Dufresne, 2016. Courtesy of the Artist and Monya Rowe Gallery.
Surface finishing can be accomplished with the assistance of a variety of sanding and polishing machines.
Photo by Pete Duvall.
Anna Wallace, 2013<br />
Kaetlyn McCafferty, 2012<br />
<strong>Croc Repackage</strong><br />Andrew Frank, 2012<br />
Norman Duenas, 2011<br />
Clark Curtis, 2007<br />
<strong>Sweater</strong><br />
<strong>Sweater</strong><br />
<strong>Panties</strong><br />Adam Markanovic, 2012<br />
<strong>Come Wake Me Up - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Jeannie Leary, Strongsville High School - Strongsville, Ohio
<strong>Richard Bodner, University School </strong><br />Best in Category: Craft, "Lidded Box"
<strong>New CIA Residence Hall- View from the 5th floor (You can see downtown!)</strong><br />2013
<strong>Flock and Fowl</strong><br />Anna Wallace '13, 2013<br />Ceramics
<strong>Fall By the Wayside</strong><br />Christian Mickovic, 2012<br />
Stephanie Lee
<strong>Man Perpetually Nodding Head </strong><br />Kasumi
Frank N. Wilcox '10 (American, 1887-1964). Painter, watercolorist, designer, writer; on CIA faculty 1913-1958. The Old Market, Cleveland (1920). Gouache, 73 x 57.8 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Purchased with funds given by friends of the May Show 1920.279
Max Kalish '10 (American, b. Lithuania, 1891-1945). Sculptor. Steel into the Sky (c. 1932). Bronze, 47.6 x 28 x 11.5 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Friends of the Artist 1946.435
Russell Theodore Limbach (American, 1904-1971). Printmaker, who studied at CIA 1922-1926. Student and Master (c. 1934). Lithograph. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1934.316
Herbert Ascherman, Jr. (American, 1947-  ). Photographer, writer, curator; on CIA faculty 2000, 2002, 2004 (Cont. Ed.). Anna Arnold, Painter (2001). Gelatin silver print, 31.7 x 27.9 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of the Artist 2005.106
<strong>Twin Towers II</strong><br />Richard  Anuszkiewicz, 2011<br />acrylic on canvas, courtesy of Loretta Howard Gallery New York, NY.
<strong>The Kingsway</strong><br />Arpita Singh, 2004<br />watercolor on paper, image courtesy Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India and DC Moore Gallery, New York, NY.
Acclaimed glass artist Marc Petrovic '91
Melissa  Logies '14
<strong>My TIny House - Best in Category: Design</strong><br />Tyler Rodgers, Senior<br />Academic Magnet High School; Hometown: Charleston, SC
<strong>Not off-campus, but CIA's green screen room is one of the largest in the region, and is available to</strong><br />
9th grade history students from Cleveland City Schools visit the Cleveland Public Library, to view CIA students' Traveling Sketchbook Exhibition, based upon a common summer reading about poverty and racism in American Indian reservations.
<strong>Annual student exhibition of biomedical art at University Hospitals.</strong><br />
Students frequently utilize the state-of-the-art interactive wall at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
<strong>Angst - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Swathi Venattu, Junior<br />Garland High School; Hometown: Garland, TX
<strong>Roll Cage Warrior - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Kylie  Firmin, Senior<br />Mountain Vista High School; Hometown: Littleton, CO
<strong>Looking Back - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Cierrae  Caver, Senior<br />Downers Grove South; Hometown: Downers Grove, IL
<strong>Comic Face - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Christopher Locke, Senior<br />Pittsford Sutherland High School; Hometown: Rochester, NY
Amanda England '14
<strong>NEO: A Runway Show</strong><br />
<strong>Ceremony</strong><br />Dan Tranberg, 2014<br />acrylic and glitter on canvas
<strong>Cerermony</strong><br />Dan Tranberg, 2014<br />acrylic and glitter on canvas
As part of the year-long focus on Community Works: Artist as Social Agent, CIA has introduced three new elective courses designed by faculty to engage students in addressing social and environmental problems.
Henri Calderon Galdamez, 2014<br />3D Animation
<strong>Therefore</strong><br />Teresa Martinez, 2014<br />
Jane Tierney, Junior<br />Fine Arts Center; Hometown: Greer, SC
<strong>TIME: The Adventure Through Nature</strong><br />Parker Morley, Senior<br />Independence High School; Hometown: Spring Hill, TN
<strong><em>Cone Trade</em></strong><br />Lauren Yeager '09, 2014 - ongoing<br />found traffic cones, archival pigment prints
<strong>Fountain of Eternal Life</strong><br />Designer: Nicholas Matic
Alfred University takes first place in the Glass Games.
Students use metal and wood lathes to machine materials into precise forms.
Photo by Pete Duvall.
<strong>Slip Knot #1</strong><br />Kathy Buskiewicz
Larry Michel, 2009<br />
<strong>Generate</strong><br />Adam Kujawski, 2013<br />
Sandi Petrie, 2010<br />
<strong>Three Blind Mice</strong><br />
<strong>Three Blind Mice</strong><br />
<strong>"Facebook" - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Maja Griffin, Baltimore School for the Arts - Baltimore, Maryland
<strong>Memories from East Fourth - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Jeannie Leary, Strongsville High School - Strongsville, Ohio
<strong>New CIA residence hall - View from the 5th floor</strong><br />2013
<strong>Sanctuary [forest of immensity]</strong><br />Stephanie Lee '13, 2013<br />Olefin thread, wood, piezo sensors
<strong>Beginnings</strong><br />Stephanie Lee, 2012<br />
<strong>Happy</strong><br />Ryan Camp, 2012<br />
Suzzanne Peppers, 2012<br />
Liz Valasco, 2011<br />
<strong>Tell Me I'm the Most Beautiful Thing You've Ever Seen</strong><br />Natalie Grieshammer, 2013<br />
<strong>Untitled</strong><br />Andy Hunt, 2012<br />
Abigail Clark, 2013<br />
Valerie Grossman, 2012<br />
William Mozart McVey '28 (American, 1905-1995). Sculptor; on CIA faculty 1953-1988, 1989-1994 emeritus. L'&eacute;crivain, or "The Writer" (c. 1932). Bronze, 31.1 x 16.9 x 21.6 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Hinman B. Hurlbut Collection 965.1932
Jol&aacute;n Gross-Bettelheim (American, b. Hungary, 1900-1972). Painter, printmaker, who studied briefly at CIA c. 1925. Workersâ?? Meeting (1935). Etching, 21.6 x 17.5 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1935.140
Barry T. Underwood (American, 1963-  ). Sculptor, installation artist; on CIA faculty 2000-present (2013). Little Blue Tree (2006). Chromogenic process color print, 60.8 x 50.7 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Joanne and Margaret Cohen in honor of Tom Hinson 2011.105
<strong>Dual Blue</strong><br />Richard  Anuszkiewicz, 2012<br />acrylic on panel, courtesy of Loretta Howard Gallery New York, NY.
Alexander Warshawsky (b. Poland, 1887-1945). Painter, who studied briefly at CIA. Overlooking the Mediterranean (1921). Oil on canvas, 64.8 x 81.3 cm. Anonymous Gift 1922.324
<strong>Four on Four</strong><br />Richard Anuszkiewicz, 2013<br />acrylic on canvas, courtesy of of Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY.
Nathan Harger
Josh Maxwell '13
Fred Bidwell, interim director, Cleveland Museum of Art
<strong>Tine - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media: Animation Category</strong><br />Hannah Chambers, Senior<br />Bay High School/Lakewood High School; Hometown: Bay Village, OH
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) has been a regular sponsor of CIA's annual furniture design project. Shown here is the final presentation of the work, for MOCA staff and public input.
<strong>Students perform in an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art - Cleveland (MOCA).</strong><br />
Students from all majors are encouraged to utilize the think[box], Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering's technology, innovation and collaboration center.
<strong>Students visit the auto show, where a CIA alumni discusses the car he helped design.</strong><br />
<strong>Anicca - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Lily Bix-Daw, Freshman<br />Central High School; Hometown: Memphis, TN
Tyler Rodgers, Senior<br />Academic Magnet High School; Hometown: Charleston, SC
<strong>Buddhist Crown - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Jasper Fitzgerald-Cherry, Senior<br />Keene High School; Hometown: Keene, NH
<strong>Bus Stop Design - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Jack  McConnel, Senior<br />University School, Hometown: Chagrin Falls, OH
Alex Madej '15
Ben Weathers '14
<strong>Still Wet, Well-Hung</strong><br />Andy Hunt, 2013<br />
<strong>Concept Art - Isometric Game</strong><br />Paul Zagorsky, 2014<br />Digital Painting
<strong>Franklin Castle</strong><br />Designer: Sasha Thueringer
Jeff Mack and Eric Meek of the Corning Museum of Glass.
The vertical mill allows for accurate machined forms.
Photo by Robert Severi.
<strong>Slip Knot #6</strong><br />Kathy Buskiewicz
<strong>Plaster Casts</strong><br />Assorted Students, 2014<br />
Amanda Fouchs, 2011<br />
Diana Bowman, 2014<br />
<strong>The Articles of Incorporation</strong><br />
<strong>Vesica Piscis</strong><br />
<strong>Vesica Piscis</strong><br />
<strong>Falling - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Alejandra Pages, The Sagemont School - San Francisco, California
<strong>Mind Your Matter</strong><br />Kerry Werblak '13, 2013<br />Print collage and spray paint on panel
Nicco Alesci, 2012<br />
<strong>The Ballad of the Farmer in the Dell</strong><br />Debbie Christensen, 2011<br />
Anjellica Trace
Jamee Crusan, 2013<br />
<strong>Time, Spped, Space</strong><br />Tyler Blackiston, 2011<br />
Nicole Matthews, 2012<br />
Matthew Sweeney
Carl William Broemel '09 (American, 1891-1984). Painter, watercolorist. Air and Sunshine (1924). Watercolor. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Hinman B. Hurlbut Collection 1241.1924
Norman Bel Geddes (American, 1893-1958). Theatre and industrial designer, writer, commercial artist, who studied at CIA for a few months, c. 1911-1912. Medal: Commemorating the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of General Motors (1933). Designed by Bel Geddes; made by Medallic Art Company (American). Bronze with silver patina, w: 7.7 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of General Motors Corporation 1934.208
K&aacute;lm&aacute;n Kubinyi '29 (American, 1906-1973). Printmaker, enamellist; on CIA faculty 1936-1940. Expanse (1935). Linoleum cut. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1936.370
<strong>Ace of Chalices- Henry Thoreau</strong><br />Suzanne  Treister, 2009-11<br />archival giclee print with watercolor on Hahnemuhle Bamboo, courtesy of P.P.O.W Gallery New York, NY.
<strong>Twin Towers II</strong><br />Richard Anuszkiewicz, 2011<br />acrylic on canvas, image courtesy of Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY.
<strong>New CIA Residence Hall 10/4/13</strong><br />, 2013<br />
Jeremy  Miller '13
<strong>Dark, Devious, and Daunting - Best in Category: Craft</strong><br />Scott Jones, Junior<br />Bryan High School; Hometown: Bryan, OH
A student teaching art at the local Freedom School.
<strong>CIA places student artists in urban high school classrooms for a semester.</strong><br />
Many drawing classes take advantage of the spectacular Cleveland Botanical Gardens, inside and out.
<strong>Class trip to the Cleveland Botanical Garden for drawing on-site.</strong><br />
<strong>A Night at the Opera - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Laura Vogt, Sophomore<br />Garland High School, Rowlett, TX
<strong>Vase - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Sam   Garson, Senior<br />University School; Hometown: Pepper Pike, OH
<strong>Self Portrai - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Jenna  Cherry, Sophomore<br />Lakeland Christian School; Hometown: Valrico, FL
<strong> Black Panther - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Noah  Moran, Senior<br />Red Jacket High School; Hometown: Shortsville, NY
Cedric Melton '14
Nicole Mehle '14
Kedan James, 2014<br />
Julianne Rodriguez
<strong>The Free Stamp</strong><br />Designer: Kelsey Cretcher
Jeff Mack and Eric Meek of the Corning Museum of Glass.
The department is well equipped with every hammer, anvil, stake and mandrel to assist in creating pretty much any possible metal form.
Photo by Pete Duvall.
Lisa Tan, 2016<br />
Kathy Widen, 2009<br />
Maggie Denk-Leigh
Norman Duenas, 2011<br />
Amanda Mckenzie, 2009<br />
Nathan Margoni, 2007<br />
Andrew Kuhar, 2010<br />
Internationally known industrial designer, artist, and teacher Viktor Schreckengost '29 (1906-2008) at the 1976 retrospective exhibition at CIA, surrounded by some of his iconic designs. Photograph copyrighted 1976 by the Cleveland Institute of Art.
<strong>Watchmaker</strong><br />
<strong>Watchmaker</strong><br />
<strong>Half of a Pineapple - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Julia Lee, Lynbrook High School - San Jose, California
<strong>I Am a Rain Deflector - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Monica Dinh, Lyons Township High School - La Grange, Illinois
<strong>Manipulation</strong><br />Jamee Crusan, 2011<br />
Tami Liss, 2012<br />
Rachel Plott, 2012<br />
William Joseph Eastman '12 (American, 1888-1950). Painter; on CIA faculty 1913-1952. Italian Night, Capri (1924). Oil on canvas, 61 x 50.8 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Cleveland Art Association 1924.682
Russell Barnett Aitken '31 (American, 1910-2002). Ceramic sculptor, enamellist, big game hunter, writer, editor for Field and Stream. Bini Belle (c.1940). Glazed ceramic, 36.5 x 23.6 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Dudley P. Allen Fund 1940.57
Walter Dubois Richards '30 (American, 1907-2006). Printmaker, illustrator, commercial artist. Woodcutters (c. 1936). Linoleum cut. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1936.397
<strong>Dual Blue</strong><br />Richard Anuszkiewicz, 2012<br />acrylic on panel, image courtesy of Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY.
<strong>Three of Chalices- The Astrolabe</strong><br />Suzanne  Treister, 2009-11<br />archival giclee print with watercolor on Hahnemuhle Bamboo, courtesy of P.P.O.W Gallery New York, NY.
<strong>NEW CIA Residence Hall 10/11/13</strong><br />, 2013<br />
Julianne Pasini '13
CIA students organized a live, "state of art" video conference at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), conferencing with art students from other colleges across the country.
<strong>CIA has an ongoing student exhibition agreement with the Art Spot in Cleveland Heights, with profess</strong><br />
Students created monumental steamroller relief prints, which then traveled on exhibit around the region.
<strong>Students participate with the general public in "Mr. Sketchy" drawing night at the Cleveland Museum </strong><br />
<strong>Animation - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts</strong><br />Colton Starley, Junior<br />Campo Verde High School; Hometown: Gilbert, AZ
Scott Jones, Junior<br />Bryan High School; Hometown: Bryan, OH
<strong>Flameworked Glass Reproduction of Places des Lices, St. Tropez -  Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Sydney Givens, Junior<br />Hawaii Academy of Arts and Sciences, InDigital program; Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
<strong>Craindre - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Jenna  Cherry, Sophomore<br />Lakeland Christian School; Hometown: Valrico, FL
<strong>Interior Design Office Plan - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Robert  Pace, Sophomore<br />University School; Hometown: Shaker Heights, OH
Kerry Sheppard '14
<strong>Cleveland Grays Armory</strong><br />Designer: John Hans
Three-dimensional shapes can be created through roughly forming and then refining and smoothing the surfaces with hammers and stakes.
Kathy Widen, 2009<br />
Maggie Denk-Leigh
Andrew Kuhar, 2010<br />
<strong>Persona Runway Show 2013</strong><br />
Adrian Bertholone, 2010<br />
Andrew Schad, 2012<br />
<strong>When the Sound Stops - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Monica Dinh, Lyons Township High School - La Grange, Illinois
<strong>Dinosaur</strong><br />Emily Guiliano, 2012<br />
<strong>Cranberry Fields</strong><br />Lisa Fovozzo, 2011<br />
John Vitale, 2011<br />
George Gustav Adomeit (American, b. Germany, 1879-1967). Painter, printmaker, entrepreneur, who took Saturday classes at CIA in his teens; long-time head of CIA's photoengraving shop. Down to the Harbor (1925). Oil on canvas, 91.5 x 101.6 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Cleveland Art Association 1925.801
Glenn Moore Shaw '13 (American, 1891-1981). Painter, muralist, printmaker, designer; on CIA faculty 1923-1958. Teeming (c. 1936). Softground etching. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1936.359
Chester Roland Nicodemus '23 (American, 1901-1990). Spaniel (c. 1942). Cast ceramic, 13.97 x 10.47 x 18.41 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, John D. Rockefeller General Education Board Grant II 1942.1570
<strong>Seven of Chalices- Utopia</strong><br />Suzanne Treister, 2009-11<br />archival giclee print with watercolor on Hahnemuhle Bamboo, courtesy of P.P.O.W Gallery New York, NY.
<strong>View into the Suite with Bedrooms on each side</strong><br />
Julianne Pasini '13
These students created a desktop organizer, which was successfully funded through the crowdfunder, Kickstarter, and is now manufactured and sold through retailers.
<strong>Design students shown with their desktop organization gadget, now in manufacturing, and successfully</strong><br />
While not off-campus, CIA's green screen room is one of the largest in the region, and is available to students from all majors.
<strong>The annual Spring Design Show, a popular annual event in the region, shown here at the famous Peter </strong><br />
<strong>Appropriation of Jeune Orpheline au Cimeti&egrave;re - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts</strong><br />Sophia Madhavan, Sophomore<br />International High School; Hometown: San Francisco, CA
<strong>Nail Extraction - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Trevor   Hall, Senior<br />Saugus High School; Hometown: Saugus, CA
<strong>Dark Queen - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />India  Crews, Junior<br />Panther Creek High School; Hometown: Morrisville, NC
<strong>Bottles of Bliss - Honorable Mention, Design </strong><br />Keanu  Peskar, Junior<br />Mentor High School; Hometown: Mentor, OH
Nathan Ward '14
Yeon Kim
<strong>Hershey Children's Garden</strong><br />Designer: Jessica Obando
A variety of processes can be used in the central work area, which also acts as a communal gathering space.
Kaitlyn Gutshall, 2012<br />
<strong>I Never Asked for This - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Hudson Sharrock, Bryan High School - Bryan, Ohio
<strong>A Beautiful Surrender</strong><br />Heather Huebner, 2013<br />
Ashley Jarvis, 2011<br />
Trent Gibson, 2011<br />
Tami Liss, 2012<br />
Carl Frederick Gaertner '24 (American, 1898-1952). Painter; on CIA faculty 1925-1953. The Pie Wagon (c. 1926). Oil on canvas, 105.8 x 153 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Mrs. Carl Gaertner 1953.371
Walter Alexander Sinz c. '11 (American, 1881-1966). Sculptor; on CIA faculty 1913-1952. Jacob Wrestling with the Angel (1943). Glazed ceramic, 32.2 x 37.8 x 14.4 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Hilda Kisella 2007.187
John Edward Billmyer '35 (American, 1912-2000?). Front Yard, Mexico (c. 1938). Wood engraving. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1938.275
<strong>The Knave of Chalices- Ken Kesey</strong><br />Suzanne  Treister, 2009-11<br />archival giclee print with watercolor on Hahnemuhle Bamboo, courtesy of P.P.O.W Gallery New York, NY.
<strong>View of outdoor deck onto Euclid Ave.</strong><br />
<strong>In an Imaginary Garden</strong><br />Tanya Shteinfeld, 2009<br />
Erikia Woodrum '14
Students performed as part of a professional artist's exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA).
<strong>Here a student is shown teaching art at a local Freedom School.</strong><br />
Many classes take advantage of the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo for research, drawing, or other arts-based activities.
<strong>Students frequently use the interactive educational wall at the Cleveland Museum of Art.</strong><br />
<strong>Armor - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts</strong><br />Devon Horn, Senior<br />North Broward Preparatory School; Hometown: Lighthouse Point, FL
<strong>Blue Moon - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Gabe  Hanson, Senior<br />University School; Hometown: Mayfield Hts., OH
<strong> Samurai - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />India  Crews, Junior<br />Panther Creek High School; Hometown: Morrisville, NC
<strong> Original Identity - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Alexander  Peterson, Junior<br />North High School; Hometown: Sioux City, IA
Courtney Sieh '16
Mike Mollick + Joe Conley, 2014
Hannabeth Lagerlof
<strong>Key Tower</strong><br />Designer: Matthew Verkamp
Through annealing - heating to a precise temperature - metal can be softened and continually worked until the final form is achieved.
Kathy Widen, 2009<br />
Bridget McGuire, 2014<br />
Emma Degeronimo
Emily Hromi, 2014<br />
Eric Quehl, 2013<br />
<strong>Piano Keys - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Hudson Sharrock, Bryan High School - Bryan, Ohio
Josh Maxwell '13, 2012<br />
Lucy Williams, 2013<br />
<strong>Hit Me With It</strong><br />Amanda Pierce, 2013<br />
Nikki Woods
Gary Wurzer, 2011<br />
<strong>A Beautiful Surrender</strong><br />Heather Huebner, 2013<br />
Vanesa Jeric, 2012<br />
Dominic Lamirand, 2012<br />
Paul Bough Travis '17 (American, 1891-1975). Painter; on CIA faculty 1920-1958. My First View of the Congo Forest (1930). Oil on canvas, 76.9 x 101.9 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Hinman B. Hurlbut Collection 2083.1930
Edris A. Eckhardt '31 (American, 1906-1998). Sculptor, studio glass artist; on CIA faculty 1934-1964. Painted Mask: Pagliacci (1946). Glazed ceramic, 36.2 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, The George J. Huth Purchase Prize 1947.72
Elmer William Brown (American, 1909-1971). Painter, muralist, printmaker, who studied at CIA with Paul Travis, c. 1933-1934. Ol' Peckerwood (1939). Linoleum cut. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1939.240
<strong>Tree</strong><br />Arpita Singh, 2005<br />watercolor on paper, courtesy of Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India and DC Moore Gallery, New York.
<strong>View of MOCA out of a suite window...imagine waking up to that! </strong><br />
<strong> Complimentary Carrots; Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category </strong><br />Megan  McCollum, Senior<br />Crawford County C.T.C; Hometown: Townville, PA
Every couple of years, CIA students partner with Cleveland Institute of Music students, and create an animation to an original musical score, screened at the world-class Planetarium at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
<strong>Students surround one of the many utility boxes they beautified, as consultants for University Circl</strong><br />
A class visits the annual Cleveland Auto Show, and here is a car shown by the CIA alumnus who designed it!
<strong>Reserach or drawing trips are often taken to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.</strong><br />
<strong> Peapod - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Hyong  Jin Lee, Senior<br />Upper Moreland High School; Hometown: Willow Grove, PA
<strong>Protector - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media: Illustration</strong><br />India  Crews, Junior<br />Panther Creek High School; Hometown: Morrisville, NC
<strong> Hibernation - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Isabella  Poulos, Senior<br />Pius XI High School; Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
<strong>Flamingo Chandelier</strong><br />Valerie Grossman '12
Natalie Benos, 2013<br />
<strong>Implode Explode</strong><br />Jerry Birchfield
<strong>Lake View Cemetery</strong><br />Designer: Sarah O’Quinn
The studio allows for the practice of traditional metalsmithing, so students learn a full range of techniques for fabricating, annealing and soldering.
<strong>Hit Me With It</strong><br />Amanda Pierce, 2013<br />
<strong>Soul'ed Teaser Episode</strong><br />Zach Sabatino, 2014<br />
Wendy Knapp '11
Brendon Beecy
Deborah Alexander, 2013<br />
<strong>Identity Thief - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Alicson Saneda, Bryan High School - Bryan, Ohio
<strong>Surface I</strong><br />Jamey Hart
<strong>Perspect I</strong><br />Stephanie Lee, 2012<br />
Viktor Schreckengost '29 (American, 1906-2008). Designer, painter, ceramic artist, sculptor; on CIA faculty 1930-1998, 1998-2003 emeritus. Blue Revel (1931). Oil on canvas, 127 x 81.3 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Vik Schreckengost 2000.127
Dorothy Anne Rutka (Porter) '29 (American, 1907-1985). Painter, writer, printmaker. Encroachment (c. 1940). Etching and aquatint. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1940.66
John Paul Miller '40 (American, 1918-2013). Necklace (1953). Gold, 7 x 4.6 cm (pendant). The Cleveland Museum of Art, Silver Jubilee Treasure Fund 1953.181
<strong>The Kingsway</strong><br />Arpita  Singh, 2004<br />watercolor on paper, courtesy of Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India and DC Moore Gallery, New York.
CIA has an exclusive exhibition agreement with the Art Spot, an art gallery in Cleveland Heights, and every several weeks, professional jurors select new student work for exhibition.
<strong>Every couple of years, CIA students partner with Cleveland Institute of Music Students, and create a</strong><br />
<strong>Arriving Early - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Sophie Chung, Freshman<br />Hebron High School; Hometown: Carrollton, TX
<strong>Pineapple Teapot - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Nora  Manzella, Senior<br />Albert Einstein High School; Hometown: Silver Spring, MD
<strong>Ears - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Cole Cross, Junior<br />Amos P. Godby High School; Hometown: Tallahassee, FL
<strong>SHELL Final Project - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Scott  Schaible, Junior<br />Medina High School; Hometown: Medina, OH
Anna Wallace '13
<strong>Lola Bistro</strong><br />Designer: Elizabeth Bermea
Spacious facilities allow for Jewelry + Metals majors to have their own studio spaces near most work areas.
Jeff Forsythe, 2012<br />
<strong>Inner Monocle: Graphite Self Portrait - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Lillian Higgins, University of North Carolina School of the Arts - Winston-Salem, North Carolina
<strong>Zoological</strong><br />Josh Maxwell '13
Matthew Sweeney
Nikki Woods, 2012<br />
Eric DahlVideo Still
<strong>Stara Sestra; a collection of poems</strong><br />Mathew Grady, 2013<br />
August Frederick Biehle, Jr. (American, 1885-1979). Painter, who studied at CIA with Frederick C. Gottwald and Henry G. Keller, c. 1907-1910. Creek, Parma (1937). Watercolor. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Hinman B. Hurlbut Collection 2235.1938
Sheffield Harold Kagy (American, 1907-1989). Printmaker, muralist, professor, designer, who studied at CIA with Henry Keller and Paul Travis, c. 1930. Gloucester Hillside (1941). Linoleum cut. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland 1941.118
Frederick A. Miller '40 (American, 1913-2000). Free Form Fruit Bowl (1955). Silver, 16.6 x 26.8 x 21 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Silver Jubilee Treasure Fund 1956.116
<strong>The Embroidered Abdomen </strong><br />Arpita Singh, 2003<br />watercolor on paper, courtesy of Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India and DC Moore Gallery, New York.
<strong>Suite view of Euclid Ave and Mayfield</strong><br />
<strong>Bachelor Inn & Bar - Honorable Mention, Visual Arts Category</strong><br />Hannah Werchan, Junior<br />All Saints Episcopal School; Hometown: Tyler, TX
<strong>Tree Box - Honorable Mention, Craft Category</strong><br />Nathan  McAdam, Senior<br />Saint Francis High School; Hometown: Atlanta, GA
<strong>Warp Speed - Honorable Mention, Integrated Media</strong><br />Jacob Cross, Junior<br />Sonoma Valley High; Hometown: Sonoma, CA
<strong>Veneers - Honorable Mention, Design</strong><br />Leigh  Smith, Junior<br />Kickapoo High School; Hometown: Springfield, MO
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