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Andrij Maday

American, (c. 1954–2018)
Mr. Maday was known for his woodcuts, paintings, drawings, icons and giclées. His works are found in countless private collections and in over 60 permanent collections in the U.S., Canada, Europe, South America and Australia.

He was a resident of suburban Cleveland, working on site-specific public and private commissions in the painting and printmaking mediums. He was also an adjunct professor in color theory and art fundamentals at Virginia Marti College in Lakewood, Ohio.

A native of Philadelphia, Mr. Maday was a graduate of The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia (1975). He received more than a dozen awards for woodcuts and drawings, among them a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant.

He lectured extensively on iconography, as well as the art of the woodcut in the United States and Canada, including at New England College in Henniker, N.H., and St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn.

He had 36 solo exhibitions in the United States and Canada. Among the venues were: La Salle University, Philadelphia; Western Maryland College, Westminster, Md.; Peale House Galleries, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; Del Bello Gallery, Toronto; Eleanor Squire Library, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland; Guren Gallery, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland; Virginia Marti College, Lakewood, Ohio; and Morgan Conservatory, Cleveland. In addition, he participated in over 85 group shows.

Mr. Maday executed five full-color book covers for the Paulist Press Classics series. Two woodcuts of his were used as logos by The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

He executed many commissions, both secular and ecclesiastical, throughout North America; The North Royalton Branch of the Cuyahoga Public Library, North Royalton, Ohio; Greenpoint Technologies, Kirkland, Wash.; The Optimal Wellness Center, Lakewood, Ohio; St. Mary’s Cathedral, Allentown, Pa.; and St. Nectarios Cathedral, Seattle.

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