Lowell Davis has been referred to as the “Norman Rockwell of Rural Art”, and his paintings truly reflect this style.
Lowell did not think anyone would be interested in his type of art; the simple life of times past. The majority of people are located in large cities and he felt that they would not want things depicting rural life in America. But he was wrong! These people thrived on his art; they bought them to view a segment of life that they either don’t see in the big city, or grew up with before leaving that way of life. It showed them something they had never seen, or it brought out memories of their youth.
This website is intended to be a resource for collectors of Lowell Davis’ art including paintings and prints, figurines, bronzes and art storybooks. This website is still being built and eventually we plan to have information on as much of Lowell’s art as we can collate.
This is interesting Carolyn, thanks for posting.
At a previous Mid America Regional meeting I was pleased to win a ceramic Lowell Davis rooster bell.
It’s really neat and sits beside me in my office.
I considered starting to collect his ceramic bells and then common sense came back 🙂
So only the one for me.