A different spin on Hitchcock's "The Birds" with just one enormous crow in the sky overhead.
|About the Artist||(1931-2016) Although born in Springfield, Missouri, Davis had been an Arizona resident for decades. In 1954 he earned his BFA at Wichita State University in Kansas, Missouri, where he also garnered an MFA in 1960.
Davis' work is included in the permanent collections of: The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the National Museum of American Art in Washington, DC as well as museums in both Missouri and Arizona. He has taught art at the University of Arizona since 1970. The Riva Yares Galleries with Scottsdale and Santa Fe locations represented his work for many years.
|Medium||Line etching, spit bite etching and aquatint on paper|
|Plate size||4 1/2" height X 5 7/8" width|
|Paper size||8 1/2" height X 10 1/2" width|
|Frame||Floated against mat board, UV blocking glass, dark wood molding with gold sight edge|
|Frame size||16" height X 18" width|
|Signed||"James G. Davis" at viewer's lower right margin in graphite|
|Date of creation||1985|
|Condition||Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed|
|Atelier||Armstrong/ Prior Phoenix, AZ|