Cedric Chambers is a Bolivian-American meta-modern oil painter who purports that today’s realistic art today is stronger than it’s ever been, even when compared to work by the old masters. In 2016, Chambers graduated from Metro State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art. That same year, Chambers was accepted into The International Guild of Realism.
Additionally, Chambers has written contributions for the Huffington Post. His IMDB profile includes credits for animation and graphic design; for his work on the award-winning biographical documentary films about Nobel Peace Prize Winners Oscar Arias, Betty Williams, and Shirin Ebadi.
As part of Cedric’s mission to contribute to the betterment of society, he donates original artwork to support nonprofits such as Project Worthmore and the Colorado Greyhound Rescue. Chambers lives and works in Denver Colorado with his two daughters Avie and Romy. He also owns a rescue greyhound named Coco.