Ceci Cole McInturff is artist/owner of 87FLORIDA, a working studio and exhibit/
performance space in Washington, D.C.

Her bodies of work comprise writing, sculpture, sculptural book objects and
narrative installation, hand-formed papermaking, and alternative/non-linear screen

Utilizing relationship between materials, her work has been described as "brave"
in its use and combinations of mediums, and "evocative" in eliciting objects'
"ability to express emotion."

Jurors selecting her work include Vesela Sretenovic, Curator of Modern and
Contemporary Art at The Phillips Collection; Curators Office Director Andrea
Pollan; Jamie Smith of Connor Contemporary; and independent curator and critic
Sarah Tanguy of Sculpture Magazine.

A native of Florida, she spent two years studying MA/Art and the Book at the
Corcoran College of Art + Design and is currently completing her MFA at George
Mason University. A former executive with the CBS Television Network, she is
the mother of two sons and a member of the International Sculpture Center,
Washington Sculptors Group, District of Columbia Arts Center, Washington
Project for the Arts, ArtDC Forum, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, National Museum
for Women in the Arts, NY Center for Book Arts, and the Friends of Dard Hunter.