Glenn W Davis is a graduate of New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University. He is the recipient of a 1995 Massachusetts Cultural Council grant and has been making art of one kind or another for over 25 years. Davis has dabbled in oils, acrylics, pen and ink, pastels and graphite, and has focused on watercolor for much of his recent work. He also teaches watercolor painting and drawing in various adult education centers in and around the Cambridge and Boston vicinities. Davis lives and works in Medford, Mass.

 

Art is a matter of interpreting memory, your emotional state and your environment through a medium. It is self-expression and a willingness to share a point of view or a state of mind. It is also a device to question that point of view or state of mind. Art doesn’t answer any questions; it raises them. It presents another interpretation. It is a silent two-way dialogue.