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Still Life in Charcoal by Olivia Davis

Featured Work: A Throwback

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"This charcoal work was completed in my undergrad when I was considering either adding a second major in art or minoring in it. Neither of those options became a reality, as I added music composition as my second major. The minor was one of the most demanding minors offered at that university, requiring the largest number of classes of all minors.


This piece of art was created in my third year of undergrad when I took the first drawing course in a series of drawing courses required for both majors and  minors in art. Our assignment was to fill a 24"x36" page with a charcoal representation of something we saw around us (that is, a still life).


My inspiration came from my parents' house. In their living room I found something that I thought would create an interesting composition... I filled the page with charcoal... 


I have continued to create art to this day, and every time I create something new, just like in music composition, I continue to progress and improve. It is my hope  to someday combine the fine arts/disciplines into some sort of project or multiple projects where each is featured in a unique, yet connected way."


- Olivia Davis, written 2014 (work completed 2010)

A Part of Me(dia)

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Acrylics at Night in Eugene for Austin

Painting with acrylics beside my mom, I paint the memory of the city-scape and river-shore of Austin at night. Still fairly new to the media, I explore color and lines. (2015)


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Unfinished – a picnic beside a plate of rocks

I used to love drawing with pencils; but, as this (very old!) drawing of mine indicates, it takes dedicated time I unfortunately did not have. My life succumbed to two jobs, eighteen+ credits of undergrad university work, and multiple extracurricular activities not including the practicing and composing I also did outside of the aforementioned.

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