Pamela Davis

Title: Owner, Chief Executive Officer
Company: Pamela Davis’ Diverse Art Studio
Location: Pamela Davis’ Diverse Art Studio

Growing up near the Peace River in Florida, Pamela Davis was surrounded by history and beauty. Not only did this inspire her desire for creating art, but it enabled her to combine her art with her environmental goals. In her eyes, it is important to make the world a more sustainable place and to prove that women can make strides in the art field.  Ms. Davis pursued those desires throughout her life, and currently utilizes her three decades of experience as the owner and CEO of Pamela Davis’ Diverse Art Studio. Her talents lie in mixed medium painting.

Throughout her career, Ms. Davis has been honored numerous times for her achievements. Some of her works have been published in various coffee table books produced by the Epilepsy Foundation for Expressions of Courage, and she was awarded the Southwest Florida Fine Craft Guild Award of Excellence in 2015. Ms. Davis was also recognized by Governor Jeb Bush through the Florida Department of State’s Division of Cultural Affairs, and the National Society of Leadership and Success in April 2014. Further, her painting, “The End Of Horse Creek,” was recently accepted into a Mosi Museum art exhibit, her submission to the American Spirit Series won first place at the Visual Art Center in Punta Gorda, Florida, and her piece in The Essence of Color Art Show won second place at the Visual Art Center in Punta Gorda, Florida. Ms. Davis attributes her success to persevering and never giving up.

During her spare time, she serves as the founder and vice president of the DeSoto Arts and Humanities Council and a member of the Charlotte Arts and Humanities Council, as well as an instructor with the Florida Gulf Coast University Renaissance Academy and the Visual Arts Center in Punta Gorda, Florida. Ms. Davis would advise the younger generations to get out there and follow their passions no matter what.

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