Oregon Artist, Abstract Art, Contemporary, Loose Brushstrokes, Sheet Metal, Music as Muse, Art to Music

Southern Oregonia Video

By Cammy Davis on

  “Southern Oregonia” written and performed by Oregon musicians The Brothers Reed.  This piece traveled around Southern Oregon and was painted at nine different locations; Coquille River, Bandon Jetty, Umpqua Lighthouse, Jacksonville, Woodrat Mountain, Ship Ashore, Winchuck River, Battery Point Light and Lithia Park in Ashland. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

Hallelujah, The Brothers Reed, Yellow

Hallelujah

By Cammy Davis on

This painting is currently available through the J. Pepin Gallery in Portland, Oregon.  Please contact them directly for availability: jpepinartgallery.com Life has so many ups and downs, so much beauty and so many tears.  “With nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah”.  This was painted to “Hallelujah” as performed by The Brothers Reed.  We dedicated the video (see …

Johnny Cash, Song, Paint to Music, Music, Abstract Expressionism

I Ain’t Seen the Sunshine Since I Don’t Know When

By Cammy Davis on

This painting is currently available through the J. Pepin Gallery in Portland, Oregon.  Please contact them directly for availability: jpepinartgallery.com $2,380 I painted this to a cover of Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash, sung by southern Oregon musician Darrin Wayne. This piece is acrylic and texture on panel and is 36″ x 36″ x 1-1/2″. Contemporary art by Southern …

Red, Yellow, Loose Brushstrokes, Abstract Expressionism, Abstract

Here Comes the Sun

By Cammy Davis on

This painting is currently available exclusively through Gallery 104 in SoHo, New York City.  Please contact them directly for availability: Gallery104.com My favorite song, Here Comes the Sun by the Beatles.  I painted this to a version performed by Oregon musician Jeff Kloetzel. This piece is acrylic on panel and is 36″ x 36″ x 1-1/2″. Contemporary art …

To Cammy Davis, Diane Raymond and Evan Wilson

CLIPS Award by Wayne Ching Given to Cammy Davis

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MAIL TRIBUNE 10-01-2014 Founders of Downtown ART+SOUND event honored by foundation The founders of Medford’s Downtown ART+SOUND festival, which debuted last month, have received a CLIPS Nano Fund Award. Diane Bentley Raymond, executive director of the Metro Medford Downtown Association; Cammy Davis, art director of the new festival; and Evan Wilson, the festival’s music producer, will be …