August 19, 2017 Taos, New Mexico

The Harwood Museum of Art

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Friday, October 6, 2017 - Sunday, January 14, 2018

Ronald Davis

Galleries: Ellis-Clark Taos Moderns Gallery and Mandelman-Ribak Gallery
Ronald Davis Six-Ninths Red, 1966 Molded polyester resin, fiberglass, wood Overall: 72 x 131 in. (182.9 x 332.7 cm) Gift of Gifford and Joann Phillips, And the Artist
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Ronald Davis is an American painter who describes himself as a Geometrician and abstract Illusionist.

Davis was born in Santa Monica in 1937. He grew up in Cheyenne, Wyoming and found his calling as a painter in 1959 at the age of 22. Davis studied painting at the San Francisco Art Institute, 1960-64, and lived, worked and exhibited his art in the Los Angeles area until he moved to Taos in 1990. He lives on the Hondo Mesa in a complex of six living and studio buildings, the designs based upon the Navajo dwelling hogan, and built in collaboration with architect Dennis Holloway and anthropologist Charley Cambridge.

See  the artist's work in the Harwood's collection.

Masthead:
Ronald Davis
Untitled, 1992
stained and varnished wood
10 3/4"H x 41 3/4" W x D 2 3/4"
Gift of Gus Foster