Don Davis is a native Floridian, returned home to open a studio in Flagler Beach after forty years of study, research, practice, and teaching in the USA and abroad. inspired by ancient ceramic cultural history Davis’ work reflects the colors and forms of the surrounding sea, sky, and land in his own contemporary manner.
Don received his MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and his BFA from University of Florida. He has been commissioned to make pieces for films including 'The Last of the Mohicans and his work is included in the collections of Rhode Island School of Design, NC State University, Asheville Art Museum, International Museum of Ceramics Alfred, N.Y., The Mint Museum Charlotte, NC, Shirikawa Public Hall Japan, and in various exhibitions in the U.S.A., Japan, Italy, and Holland.
He is the author of Wheel Thrown Ceramics and a contributor to numerous other publications including Handbuilt Ceramics by Kathy Triplet, The Craft & Art of Clay by Susan Peterson, Ceramics Monthly Magazine, Clay Times, American Craft, and Etruscan Studies, The Journal of the Etruscan Foundation.
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