Vermont Supreme Court Gallery presents Paintings by Cameron Davis

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“Encounter,” acrylic on canvas, 7wx60h

MONTPELIER – The Vermont Supreme Court Gallery presents its first official exhibition of 2023 titled “Poetic Ecologies,” a curated collection of acrylic paintings created by artist, teacher and environmentalist Cameron (Cami) Davis of Charlotte.

Over the last seven years, these large-scale works were created with the intention to bring forth an ecological, scientific and spiritual narrative to reveal relationships that transform life. Davis’s work is an immersive experience filled with ever-changing symbology. This exhibition will be on view from February 3 through March 31, with an opening reception for Montpelier Art Walk on February 3, from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Davis will offer public remarks at 6 p.m.

Cameron Davis is a painter and recently retired senior lecturer of 34 years with the University of Vermont’s Department of Art and Art History. Davis taught drawing, painting, and perspectives on making. She was also a UVM Environmental Humanities Fellow and Environmental Program Affiliate where she taught and advised theses on art and ecology. Her paintings have been exhibited and acquired at public and private collections nationally.

For additional information, please contact State Curator David Schutz at (802) 279-5558 or david.schutz@vermont.gov