The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?
An International Art Exhibition
(November 7 through January 8, 2021)
Melchus Davis : Watercolor and oil painter , Davis has been practicing the mediums all of his adult life . As an educator ,Davis has taught on all levels of secondary art education at the Duke Ellington School of the arts with the Washington DC school system and as adjunct professor at Howard University .
Davis a native of South Carolina ,earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Benedict College and a Master Degree from Trinity college, Washington ,DC.
Davis works have been shown in several galleries in the Washington area.To list a few ; Howard community College, Howard County MD, Howard University, University of District Columbia , Maryland University , Alex Gallery , Parish Gallery, DC Fine Arts Gallery, Duke Ellington School of the Arts and internationally , US Embassy , Pretoria South Africa, through the Art in Embassies program.
My art for the most part reveals types of diversity in subject, though the process and technique can be similar. Color is usually the driving force in a given work. My inspiration is usually music or a walk in the park/ woods or exploring a new landscape or exploring a special section of a city or town. The painting ( W/C )"Bird Songs " was inspired from a hike in the wood , seeing and listing to the many different sounds of birds in the tree canopies .
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