“I am still painting flowers for you” Featured in the gallery M&Art art magazine. More paintings featured in the April Edit of House and Garden Magazine, along with being in the May edit of Life Magazine.
Have a listen to the podcast I had the pleasure of doing, talking about the reason behind why I create https://thoughtrowpodcast.com/blogs/news/episode-29-ruth-davis-abstract-...
Currently exhibting 10 paintings at The Business and Technology Centre in Stevenage.
A self taught English artist, born in Somerset who currently lives in Hertfordshire. Ruth is an accomplished abstract floral artist. She began her art career after her Grandparents, Carmen and James passed away. Painting started as a therapeutic act and progressed into a way of honouring them with her artwork. Her style is not a traditional approach to painting flowers. She incorporates abstract compositions and uses a very colourful palette. Ruth’s artwork has not only been sold to collectors worldwide but has been displayed in galleries such as The Brick Lane Gallery, Shoreditch London, The Broadway Gallery, Letchworth and more local galleries in Stevenage. She has also been featured in numerous magazines.
“My art is how I show the beauty, unexpected madness and the healing of the nature that surrounds us everyday. Painting started as a therapeutic act and progressed into a way of honouring my Grandparents through my artwork. I work primarily with acrylic paint creating modern abstract pieces. I like to add fine details to change the perspective of ‘traditional abstract art.’ My process includes lots of layers, shapes and textures. I build them up allowing the painting to grow just as flowers do.”