Have brush? Regina Davidson will paint. Born in 1969, a Fine Art Degree from Austin Peay State University, she worked initially in the field of commercial photography. After five years of Corporate America and the dawn of the digital age, Mrs. Davidson left her beloved dark room in order to dust off her brushes and begin a business painting faux finishes. In 1998 walls and furniture became the canvas and the ability to interpret clients' dreams, her purpose. From that point on, she developed an intimate dialogue with color, a mastery of paint applications, and an ability to please even the most discerning of clientele. While working in this field, she broadened her portfolio to include murals, thus coming full circle back to fine art.
Mrs. Davidson has made five appearances on the Home and Garden Channel to demonstrate her painting abilities. Her finishes and murals can be found in homes and businesses throughout the middle Tennessee area. Examples include Brinkman’s Wine and Spirits of Franklin, the Animal Control Shelter of Cheatham County, and Mappes Orthodontics of Bellevue. She has a 2012 special recognition award in figurative painting from Light Space and Time Gallery, received first place in the 2012 mixed media category from Kingston Spring’s “Art in the Park” competition, first place in the painting category for 2012, and second place in the 2010 sculpture category. She has had several paintings displayed and/or sold through the Gilded Grasshopper Gallery in Hattiesburg MS, Still Point Online Art Gallery, Xanadu Online Gallery, The Marnie Sheridan Gallery, The Harpeth Art Center and Gallery where she taught classes, and Ground Floor Gallery and Studios.