Albuquerque based sculptor, John Davis, creates a range of three dimensional artworks from pedestal size to monumental scaled public art. There is frequent reference to the natural landscape in his studio work. His use of industrial and natural materials expresses a dialog of contradistinctive forces. While his studio work reflects his thoughts about the natural landscape, his approach to public art is to celebrate the function, setting and context of the public site through sculptural means. He has completed public artworks for municipal, commercial, institutional, county and state clients in several states across the country and has exhibited in several galleries including one person shows at OK Harris in NY and Davis Dominguez in Tucson. John is co-organizer of an effort to establish a 21st century art park in New Mexico. This organization - Art Park 21 – champions an overarching theme of eco-centrism in works that can touch on our connection to our ecosphere as the primary aspect of their content.
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John discusses Albuquerque installation: "Furrow"