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headshotJames G. Davis is a native Mid-Westerner who has lived and worked in the Northern Sonoran desert since 1967. He received his formal education at Wichita State University, earning a BA and MFA from that institution. Davis spent several years working in Mexico and in Spain and has spent time in Deya, Mallorca.

Davis taught at the University of Missouri and the University of Arizona for before taking an early retirement to focus on his painting and exhibition schedule.

His paintings are in the permanent collections of major public institutions including, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY; the Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C.; the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.; the Phoenix Museum of Art and the Tucson Museum of Art. He also has work in several other institutions in the US and Europe.

In addition to his Arizona studio, the Davis maintains studios in the Colorado Rocky Mountains near Woodland Park and in Nova Scotia, Canada on the Atlantic south shore. He also works and exhibits in Berlin.
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