Intense color, contrast, compensation, brushstrokes, and a fervent need to tell a story describes Jenai Davis’s work….all while using her love and passion for the beauty and soul of horses and wildlife.
Jenai started art and music at Cornish College of the Arts and the University of Utah, as is skilled in several mediums including oils, acrylics, charcoals and pastels. Her work can be found in multiple private collections and businesses throughout the US and Canada. Her pieces this “little dreamers” is on display and in the permanent collection of the Horse Museum Foundation in Pratoni, Italy.
Her art has been featured in several publications including Chronicle of The Horse and Bit Magazine. Her art has been selected into several juried shows such the Academy of Equine Art’s spring show and the early Terrain Art Exhibit in Spokane. She is also a proud member of the Paard Verzamrld Art Collection in the Netherlands.
Jenai currently works as a full-time professional artist in her studio she built in her home on her farm in North Spokane… Where she embraces her love of wildlife, nature and especially the sacred role and spirit of horses that inspire her artwork.
There will also be some new acrylic/resin poor pieces done by the octopi artist Gail Davis.