Membership to Professional bodies:

National Society for Education Art and Design (member)

Calne Music and Arts Festival (Art Committee)

Collaborative / Invitational / Solo Exhibitions:

April 2016: ‘Calne Remembered’, Calne Heritage Centre, Wiltshire

October 2015: ‘Gathered Threads’, Bath Royal Literary Institute, Bath

August 2014: Bath Textile Artists Retrospective, Fisherton Mill, Salisbury

October 2013: ‘Gather Round’ Avon Artist Collective, Bath

February 2013: ‘Telling Tales’ Corinium Museum, Cirencester

October 2012: ‘Telling Tales’ The Guild, Bristol

June 2012: ‘Journeys’ Artist in Residence, St Mary’s Calne

September – October 2011: ‘Telling Tales’ The Pound, Corsham

August 2011: ‘Graduate showcase one year on’ Festival of Quilts, NEC Birmingham

July 2011: Marlborough Open Studios, Marlborough

May 2011: ‘Collective Identity’ Artist in Residence Exhibition, St Mary’s Calne

August 2010: ‘Graduate Showcase’, The Festival of Quilts, Birmingham NEC

July 2010: Free Range graduate show ‘Junction 18’ Brick Lane, London

July 2010: New Designers, Islington, London

June 2010: Bath School of Art and Design Degree show, Bath

April 2010: ‘Think Different’ Bath Abbey, Bath

2009/2010: Design Factory 09/10, Design Museum, London


Nina Davis

Her recent collaborative exhibitions saw her utilise Wiltshire’s landscape, cartography and heritage as a narrative, combining text and colour with stitched papers. Appearing quilt-like, these long hangings and smaller framed pieces, explore the qualities of textiles with transient materials.

Previous exhibitions include exhibiting with Avon Artists Collective, Bath Textile Artists and several solo and collaborative exhibitions in Calne, Bath, Bristol, Birmingham and London. Aside from her textile work, she is developing a collection of mixed media paintings exploring a fascination of botany and nature’s colours through the changing seasons. Through using a select colour palette, (often using only three colours to complete a painting) she produced a collection of work based on colour exploration, through abstraction. In using dyes and paint to replicate natures movements, she develops layers of texture and colour. Photographs and observational studies underpin a sense of place, and sometimes the journey which has previously taken place.

Commissions welcomed.