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Robert V. P. Davis

The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?

An International Art Exhibition

(November 7 through January 8, 2021)


Since earning a Diploma in Fine Arts Painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland, my work has been exhibited in Baltimore, Washington, DC, New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Chicago, Utah, Texas, Arkansas and Los Angeles, as well as in Sinop and Ankara, Turkey. I have received numerous awards over the years as both a fine artist and a commercial designer.


I have looked to nature many times for inspiration. One result was a series of trees in acrylics on canvas in a style I call surrealistic expressionism. Trees float above the landscape, sit boxed into corners, and hover within window-like frames. The trees are an expression of my appreciation for, and concern about humankind's displacement of, our forests and woodlands. If I were a tree on Mother Earth, I'd want to float into the sky to escape the carnage directed against my species. The way mankind is raping the land, there are few hospitable places remaining on terra firma. Too many are blinded by selfish greed and the high of momentary power. They refuse to look down the road to what they will leave the next generations.

Robert V. P. Davis

Robert V. P. Davis

United States of America

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