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Mark Davis Mobiles in Los Angeles

It has been almost 30 years since I began creating mobiles and seeking gallery representation.

The process of keeping my ideas fresh and exciting to me has been perhaps the most challenging and exciting aspect of this journey.

Since I have remained in Boston all of this time, I have shown my work mainly at Pucker Gallery, on Newbury St.

A few years ago, I began approaching other galleries around the country.

The Coda Gallery in Palm Desert, California began to show my work, and that has given me 

the chance to explore stronger compositions, both in scale and color.

This has had the result of freeing me in a whole new way, opening me up to a fresh new creatiove way to express myself.

In the Autumn of 2022 I was invited by the Maria Elena Gallery to show my work along with her artists at her booth in the Los Angeles Art Show this year.

I created this collection for her gallery that is the strongest work I have ever done.

I am so proud to be a part of this prestigious show, and to be on a new creative path in my life.

                     63" X 27" X 13"
     Wall mounted mobile in aluminum and           acrylic board with steel wires and nylon cord
             Oil and acrylic colors


                           68" X 31" X 14"
          Wall mounted mobile in aluminum and acrylic                            board with steel wires
                      Oil and acrylic colors

                                              A FRUITFUL EXCHANGE
                                                          46" X 56" X 13"
Wall mounted mobile in aluminum and acrylic board with steel wires and nylon cord

                                Oil and acrylic colors and 23 karat gold leaf


Maine Art Hill   September 24 - October 13

14 Western Ave.  Kennebunk ME  207-967-2803

Caypson, a wall mounted mobile in aluminum and acrylic board by Mark Davis

         26" X 30" X 10"
             wall mounted mobile in                                        aluminum and acrylic board with                                  steel wires and nylon cord


Compote, a standing mobile in brass and aluminum by Mark Davis

                 9 1/2" X 11" X 6"
                OIL AND ACRYLIC COLORS 

Life's Foundation, a wall mounted mobile in brass and aluminum by Mark Davis

                 LIFE'S FOUNDATION
                            40" X 36" X 7"
    wall mounted mobile in brass and aluminum                                  with steel wires
                   oil and acrylic colors

Tropis Storm, a standing mobile in aluminum by Mark Davis.

                       TROPIC STORM

                 27" X 14" X 11"
                standing mobile in aluminum and                      acrylic board with steel wires and                      nylon cord



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some images of new work created for this show

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 Commissions: New England College

This is the final design for the sculpture I am making for New England College in Henniker New Hampshire.  It is being made of Corten Steel.  


The overall dimensions will be around nine 9’ high, approximately 15’ across and will be made of Corten Steel, this will be a standing sculpture with no moving parts. I am very excited to be creating a sculpture that encompasses the concepts so important to this college; diversity and strength in a New England environment. 

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the art of mark davis book has arrived

to order this book, please click on the link below

Recent Show at Pucker Gallery, Boston 2017

I recently had an opening of new works at Pucker Gallery in their new location. I created this piece for a large wall opposite the elevator banks in the gallery space. My intention was to create something large and exciting and I spent two months on the piece. The challenge for me was to keep a very simple palette and have a look of many layers overlapping each other.

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