Born in the Carribean island of Grenada, artist Dennis W. Davidson
came to London in 1961 to live.
After leaving school he attended life drawing classes at Hammersmith School
of Art, under Ruskin Spear, then attended Camberwell School of Art, and on
leaving college went on to work as an art director.
After attending Central St Martins School where he studied
fashion illustration, he worked for high profile clients including editorial
illustration for Vogue and advertising promotions such as Harrods and L'Oreal.
When he moved to Wales and found the ideal spot in Aberarth, he
became a full time artist and tutored for the University
of Wales Aberystwyth, Extra Mural Department.
The body of Dennis' work grows from the rich sources of drawing dancers with
intense speed and the influence of bright colours and natural environment of
The fluid descriptive line used when portraying the human figure is evident in
The artists studio in Aberarth with windows all around
floods with light and the breathtaking views of Cardigan Bay, north
south. This light gives his work its clarity