Lynn Davison, a graduate of the Ringling School of Art and Design, has been creating
and exhibiting haunting figurative imagery for thirty years and has earned a reputation as
one of the best known as most highly regarded artists in the Southeast. Retaining her
distinctive, unique creativity, she has taken real risks in the last few years and her work
has has become more painterly and grown in strength.
Davison's work has been featured in many public venues, the most important of which
include the Butler Institute of American Art, the Boca Raton Museum of Art and the
Ringling Museum of Art. She has had one person shows at the gallery at Miami-Dade
Community College, the Gulf Coast Art Museum, the University of Tampa's Scarfone
Gallery and Edison Community College in Fort Myers. She is consistently included in
Public collections which include Davison's paintings are those of Ohio University,
Miami-Dade Community College, the Van Wezel Performing Art Center, Edison
Community College, and the Polk and Ringling Museums.
"Davison proves to have a way with flesh that is not as gory as Lucien Freud's but nearly as tactile."
The Miami Herald (9/30/94)
"Realism is not the aim here. Expressiveness is."
The Tampa Tribune (2/2/96)