Evansville, Indiana artist Cedric Hustace hails from Hawaii. His impressionist paintings in acrylic on canvas and ink and watercolor sketches range from portraits of people and animals, to landscapes and seascapes, to action scenes on athletic fields and other sports venues. His commissioned works appeared on the commemorative posters celebrating the 10th anniversary of the 1996 Arts Fest River Run in Evansville and the 1997 Idaho Women’s Fitness Celebration 5 kilometer race in Boise, Idaho. He was the commissioned artist for the 2000 Arts Fest River Run. Mr. Hustace is the recipient of the “2002 Artist of the Year” Award from the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana.
He has received the 2002 Presidential Citation for his numerous contributions of cover art for the Res Gestae law journal of the Indiana State Bar Association and has been referred to as “the State Bar’s Artist Laureate.” Mr. Hustace was also voted 2003 Best of Evansville Local Artist, Evansville Living Magazine. His painting, Love at First Sight - Evansville Museum (20" x 24"), was done by special request of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science for its 2004 Centennial Celebration.
In addition to art, Mr. Hustace is an accomplished musician and a Masters competitive racewalker. He is a retired attorney.