a gallery, a working online studio, and a journal of my life as an artist. A shout out to my friends in France, Germany, Great
Britain, Canada, Ukraine, Japan, and Spain! Keep in mind that I give huge discounts for on site work in Europe, South America,
India, and China-well, let's say anywhere in the world really. I love to travel.
|Chas Davis at Artworks Galleria
It all started with the box of colored pencils I bought at a sale in the summer of 2012. All of the colored pencil
drawings are available as signed prints for only $22.00 USD(major credit cards accepted). Museum quality
prints on heavy duty Somerset brilliant white paper(8.5 in. x 11 in.), and includes shipping anywhere in the
continental US. Request ordering information on the Contacts page, refer to the date of the drawing that
Canal Days, Fairport, New York
June 2-3, 2012
As the painting progressed I began to invite some of
the children in the audience to help
|Tom Galvin and I opened Galvin/Davis Studio in 2001 in the parking garage of the Valley Building
Galvin/ Davis Studio
The next Studio Open House is on Friday, June 7, 2013. Galvin Davis Studio is a First Friday venue, a Rochester event in which participating galleries and studios
open their doors on the first Friday of each month. Galvin Davis Studio is generally open every First Friday from 6pm to 9
pm. To learn more go to www.firstfridayrochester.org .
Looking for directions to the studio? Click here for a map!
|Follow the progress of the mural at Artisan Works with this photo sequence on the Process page.
New on the Process page-the mural at Artisan Works,
565 Blossom Road, Rochester, New York. Click on the pictures above for the link, and the story.
An ongoing exploration of synaesthetic experience and OK Go Music and Videos
From Beginning to End, on the Process page beginning 3.21.10,
is the last painting of the Casablanca Trilogy. The first painting was Casablanca (above left),
from 1996, followed by From the Cradle to the Grave(above center), in 2007. The progress of the
final painting(just begun Mar. 23, above right) can be seen through April. To go to Process, click
on the image above.