Robin Davis presents
archetypes in color photography that owe much to the lush imaginative excess of nineteenth-century
hand tinted work. Her 13 Women series combines explanatory text with images of mythic
and historic female figures whom she sees as providing psychological models for contemporary
13 Women is a
tribute to strong, archetypal female charactersfacets of us all. Thirteen has always been
synonymous with the Goddess and the thirteen lunar cycles of the calendar year. This series
is also available as a limited edition, boxed set. The thirteen Iris prints on soft, white watercolor
paper are accompanied by detailed character descriptions printed on translucent paper overlays,
and housed in a handmade burled-wood box.
her time between Atlanta, Georgia, and Cortona, Italy. She has been teaching at the Cortona
Center of Photography since 1998 and is looking forward to returning to Italy this Spring for
the 2003 workshop series. For information on attending these workshops in Tuscany, visit www.cortonacenter.com.
The Cortona Center offers two-week photo workshops from May through October.
Her shows currently
on exhibition include Images from Tuscany, The Monsters, Who are the Dogs?, and 13
Women: Images from History, Mythology and Literature. These works are also available as
limited edition handmade books. Please visit her website at www.robindavis.com.
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