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September 27, 2018
Artist and 2012 grad doesn't mind starting over if it gets him where he wants to be.
You might’ve heard about Matthew Sweeney on the news. In 2015, his home caught fire. Sweeney and his wife, Christa, were saved by their dog. All their possessions, including every piece of art, were lost.
Flash forward to 2018, and Sweeney, who graduated from CIA’s illustration program in 2012, is having a very good year. He supports Christa and their two young sons as a full-time freelance illustrator and a gallery artist. His client list includes American Greetings, Kalman & Pabst Photo Group, and chef Jonathan Sawyer. He has had two exhibitions of his series of large...continue reading
September 24, 2018
Mikula Glass: Ideas and tenacity
After 30 years in business, Michael Mikula has learned a few things about what it... more
September 12, 2018
Wadden foresees the future of color
“There are just a few positions like this in the world” more
August 23, 2018
Good things come in threes
William Brouillard, Seth Nagelberg, and Judith Salomon intersect at CIA, but it's their varied approaches... more
August 23, 2018
Gems from the Cleveland School sparkle at Wolfs Gallery
This summer's vibrant art scene in Cleveland gave Wolfs Gallery an opportunity to showcase the... more
August 08, 2018
Forging the life she loves
Pamela Argentieri ’87 designs, sells jewelry and metals more
June 08, 2018
Cleveland's hot art scene
It’s Friday night, and there’s so much art on the menu. See a group show... more
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