First Posted: 3/11/2014
The Linder Gallery at Keystone College will present an exhibition by Los Angeles-based, Philadelphia-born contemporary artist Len Davis from March 23 - April 22 on the campus.
The exhibition “Len Davis: Inner Worlds/Outer Limits” features the drawing-based, pop-influenced collages that present Davis’ view of portraiture. An opening reception will be held Sunday, March 23 from 4-6 p.m. in the gallery; the public is invited. Davis will also discuss about his artwork Monday, March 24, at 9:45 a.m. in Brooks Theatre. The presentation is free and open to the public.
Davis has exhibited around the country and his work is housed in corporate and private collections from New York City to Rome. His work has also been seen on network television shows including: “Medium”, “Shark Tank”, “C.S.I.”, “Las Vegas”, “ER”, “Without A Trace”, “Last Comic Standing”, and “Two and a Half Men”.
“When I see a Len Davis collage my eye never stops wandering along the surface. His use of any material he locates helps identify the subject on some level. It may be a character’s very personal corner, or the entire floor plan,” Linder Gallery Director, James Lansing, said. “Len is one of those artists who has taken an established art form and moved it forward into new areas while also maintaining his own voice. His progression as an artist just continues to impress.”