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Artist Information:

Phone:  785-979-8353

Janet Davidson-Hues investigates and combines language and image in order to set up a tension between the verbal and the visual in her paintings and prints.  She also works in video, audio, performance, and installation.


Davidson-Hues, born in Baltimore, MD, did her undergraduate work at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, earned her MA in Art and Education at Columbia University, NY, and is an MFA graduate from the University of Kansas.  She is a former Assistant Professor of Art at Indiana State University where she taught Painting, Installation, Performance, Issues in Contemporary Art, and Color Theory. She has exhibited her work nationally in more than a dozen solo shows and 130 invitational and group shows. Internationally, she has participated in various installations, lectures, performances, video screenings, and exhibitions in Darmstadt, Germany; Venice; Tel Aviv; Shanghai; and Beijing.


Her work can be viewed at Complete exhibition resume is available upon request.

Davidson-Hues has exhibited at the following venues, among others:


Brooklyn Museum, NY

Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco

San Diego Museum of Fine Arts

Smith Art Museum, Springfield, MA

Hand Workshop, Richmond, VA

Elaine Horwitch Gallery, Scottsdale, AR

Museum of Art and Archeology, Columbia, MO

Albrecht-Kemper Museum. St. Joseph, MO

Spiva Art Center, Joplin, MO

Kansas City Artists Coalition

ARC, Chicago

Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, NY, NY

Urban Institute, Grand Rapids, MI

Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NE

Chicago Public Library

Rosen Museum, Boca Rotan, FL

Fullerton Museum Center, CA

Artemisia, Chicago

Walkers Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, WI

Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, KS

Salina Art Center

Wichita Center for the Arts

Moody Gallery of Art, Tuscaloosa, AL

Indianapolis Art League

The Jewish Museum, NY, NY

McIntosh Gallery, Ontario, Canada

Flomenhaft Gallery, New York

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