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About Laura Davis

"Beauty is hidden in plain sight. My work is a joyful interpretation of the divine details which surround us. Reflections in dewdrops, peeling paint, beetle paths, wood grain, and patterns in natural or man-made structures are captured and highlighted by my lens, witness to the order inherent in the universe."

Laura Davis has worked in many media throughout her years as an artist, yet there is much that unifies the work. As a sculptor early in her career, she explored shadow and movement, image projection interacting with fabric in site specific installations.
Later, working on the cutting edge of electronic media, before the internet existed, she explored video as an art medium. Pattern, movement, and projection of light again informed her electronic media work. Her video piece, "You Never Left”, won an award from the American Film Institute and was widely shown at festivals and broadcast internationally.
In the late-80’s, at the same time as she was developing elective courses in video art, Laura was exploring traditional media, works on paper and on acetate, and integrating this imagery into her video work. Large scale works on paper, using watercolors, gouache, crayon, charcoal, pencil and other media were exhibited in a solo exhibition in the early 1990’s at the Greenville Museum of Art in Greenville, NC. At that time, the non-tenure college teaching position ended, and Laura returned to Colorado, her home state.
An exploration of photography, especially macro close-up imagery celebrating the color, texture and pattern of Mother Nature's palette, led to digital photography as the medium became widely available. She is now creating collage in a series using digital photography interwoven with patterns, such as Celtic Knot designs. Her “straight” photographs capture details, textures and pattern from our surroundings, abstracting very real imagery, directing our attention to, and celebrating, the patterns that surround us in the natural world.
Whether using straight photographic images which bend our perception, or collage, Laura Davis continues a joyful exploration of light, movement, color, texture, pattern and reflection.