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Greg Davis

Oaxacan Gold

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ABOUT
THE ARTIST

Davis is a contributing photographer for National Geographic/Disney and was represented by the National Geographic Image Collection for over a decade. A fourth generation Baylor alum, Davis credits an Art Center Waco gallery talk for inspiring his current artistic journey. He has worked his way from local festivals to international exhibitions and his works now hang in private and institutional collections worldwide.

In 2016, Art Center Waco exhibited Davis' photographs that followed the stories of individual pilgrims to the 2013 Kumbh Mela, the largest religious pilgrimage in history. Davis completed his first short documentary film, Cloth Paper Dreams about this journey. The exhibit was well-received and the opening celebration is still talked about today.

Oaxacan Gold

Davis is currently offering his latest traveling exhibit, “Oaxacan Gold”, to art centers and museums around the nation. The purpose of this exhibition is to bring awareness to the stunning beauty, cultural depth and mystical nature of the great Mexican State of Oaxaca through an educational multi-media cultural experience of photography, folk art, textiles, dance and music.