Professor David Davison is a visual artist and Professor Emeritus, from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, in Boston Massachusetts, USA. He has exhibited or lectured extensively, including: Spain, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Scotland and UK, France, Austria, Hungary, Switzerland, New Zealand, Cuba and India, and throughout the United States.
His photography, printmaking, sculpture and ceramics are in permanent Museum collections; in Hungary, New Zealand, Spain, Italy and Switzerland, and in the United States, including: The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, The Crocker Museum, in Sacramento, California, North Central Museum, in Seattle Washington, the Fuller Art Museum in Brockton, Massachusetts, and in the Fog Art Museum, at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
David is a Fulbright Fellow, working and teaching throughout India, in 1991-1992; including teaching as a Visiting Scholar and Teacher, at Shantiniketan, and other Colleges and Universities throughout India.
He has received major National and International recognition: including the coveted National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist award, Ford and Mellon Foundation grants. He represented the United States, at the World Crafts Congress in Vienna Austria, and was honored as a member of the International Academy of Ceramics, in Geneva, Switzerland.
Recent Film Collaborations: ‘Poetics of Time’, Jose Bolivar Cimadevilla, Nicloe Holzenthal and David Davison. Forty-two minute, Documentary video. ‘Poetics of Memory’ Jose Bolivar Cimadevilla, Niclole Holzenthal, Fifty-two minute, Interview with David Davison, Documentary video.
David lives and works at his studio, in Columbia Falls, Maine, United States, while spending protracted periods of time working and exhibiting in Spain, India, Cuba, and Italy.