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Rene' J. Cigler Obituary
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September 24, 2018

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May 7, 2018
May 6, 2018
I just found this online. I've looked for information about Rene since buying one of her pieces in Cleveland from a show she had at the Powerhouse. I didn't realize that she was the artist until I got the piece home. I still have it. I also have memories of taking dance classes with her as a kid at Viola Scholin Dance Studio in Maple Heights, Ohio. We went to elementary school together and were childhood friends. i have a photo of us tap dancing together for our class in second grade. I am so sad that she has passed and my prayers go out to all of her loved ones.
August 24, 2013
I knew Rene' in the early 90's when I worked at Pat Catan's craft center in the framing department. She would by tons of little plastic babies, wire, & all kinds of supplies for her intense & intricate visions. When she told me about being published in an upcoming issue of Heavy Metal I was stoked. I rushed to the comic shop & proudly announced when buying it "I know this girl!". I kept it at my work for her to sign in case wasn't working & notified my fellow framer of my mad crush fan boy interest. She wrote me a letter telling me of her move & how flattered she was that I asked for her signature. I saw her about a week later before the L.A. Move & she told me a great story about how James O Bar (creator of the Crow) sent her a box with a mix tape & dead grasshoppers in it. I remember seeing her at art walks, concerts, & picking through craft supplies with devious grins of grandeur. After watching Tank Girl with my 15 yr old daughter & 12 yr old son ( their 1st time) bragging to them how I knew the brains behind the costuming & set designs, I decided to find that issue & letter & see what she's doing these days via internet. I had no idea. I am devastated. A bottle of wine is empty & tears ripple the letter & magazine. She was utterly a force of creative wonderment. The smile & art rapture my heart forever.
January 7, 2010
just found out now,2010,and am in disbelief. she had enough talent and energy to live nine lives. i'm from cleve. but knew her when she moved to l.a.,and hooked up with me to try to get some work. eventhough most people remember her jewelry or graphics, her sculpture blew me away.it was her real strength, and her genius. wish i owned a piece. the world is a sadder place when another great artist leaves it.