Martha Davis


I studied at Sheridan College, the Dundas School of Art and the Haliburton School of the Arts. I have sold mainly in Canada and exhibit at local galleries. My inspiration comes from: my dance background; the naturalism and movement of Emily Carr; the raw boldness of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven; the drama, colour and excitement of Pat Fairhead (Muskoka); the tension of Alex Colville and the sometimes simplistic and wonky perspective of mundane objects by Paul Cezanne. I relish the use of the palette knife which allows me the freeing opportunity to carve out lyrical shapes. While I appreciate abstraction, I tend to gravitate towards impressionism, the “up close and personal” view, layering via transparency and off-beat designs.



(705) 394-7474


FINE THYMES BISTRO & BAKERY, 13 Taylor Rd., Bracebridge, On. P1L 1S6; east off Manitoba St. at Taylor. Rd and just before the railway tracks

MARTHA DAVIS, 74 Woodland Dr., Bracebridge, On. P1L 1M2; north on Manitoba St., right on Ann St., left on Aubrey and right on Woodland to the end


"THOMSON'S PINE" - oil on acrylic
"SUMAC" #1 - acrylic w palette knife
"ICE TREES" -watercolour w pastel
"DESIGN in 4" - watercolour w pastel
"QUEEN ANNE'S LACE"-acrylic w palette k.
"HIBISCUS" - watercolour & acrylic
"WINTER PATH" -acrylic w palette knife