My work is currently on display at The SE Center for Photography for a group show entitled Beyond The Selfie. The show focuses on unique self-portraits. I was able to attend the opening at the Greenville, South Carolina gallery. The show will be open through the end of March 2017.
I created this mask with thoughts of our water protectors all over North America. I've been specifically following the native people and their allies who are making a courageous stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. I'm selling this mask for $150 and all profits will be donated to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the Camp of the Sacred Stones. Contact me at jymdavis[at]gmail.com if you are interested in this handmade, one of a kind mask. I will not repeat the design - it will remain a unique artwork. (model Roger Herrera)
I was a summer 2016 Artist-In-Residence at Petrified National Forest Park in Arizona. I lived in a Park historic cabin for three weeks across from the legendary Painted Desert Inn. During my residency I made five original animal masks and worked with models to photograph my work in the unique and otherworldly landscape. I also displayed my work at the Holbrook Train Depot for their monthly art series, showed work at the annual Route 66 festival, and held a two day demonstration at the lovely La Posada Hotel in Winslow.
I am please to have photographs in the 2016 Annual Focus Photography Exhibit at the Gadsden Museum of Art in Alabama. The show was juried by Jennifer Alsabrook-Turner. The exhibit runs from June 8 - July 9.
DATELINE is a contemporary art gallery located in the River North (RiNo) art district in Denver, Colorado. Here are some (long overdue) photos of the DATELINE 012 show opening. Curated by Cassandra Heiser of the Museum of Contemporary Art. The show opened in April 2015. All photos by Zack Davis.