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Ariel Davis is an artist, gallery manager, arts organizer, and curator in and from Fort Worth, Texas. Primarily a painter and muralist, you may have seen her work in Inspiration Alley, on display with the Fort Worth Art Collective, at her booth in the 2019 Main Street Arts Festival, and group shows at the Fort Worth Community Art Center and various galleries. In 2018 she was named Best Fort Worth Artist by Fort Worth Texas Magazine and was Fort Worthian of the month in Feb of 2020. In 2019 she created artwork for a major advertising campaign for Firestone and Robertson Distilling Co. She is currently finishing up a mural in the Near Southside at the Mistletoe Station Apartments, has a TEXrail/ Fort Worth Public Art project in the works at the T & P Station, is currently working on two murals for the new Globe Life Field for the Texas Rangers and will begin work on a group “Mariachi Mural” project this Summer for FWISD’s North Side High School though FGIII Fine Art Productions.  


During the week you can find her at Artspace111 in Downtown Fort Worth as the Gallery Manager.  She is also the Chairwoman of the board for Art Tooth, a local Fort Worth arts non-profit.  


Ariel graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.F.A. in 2010.  


You can learn more and see Ariel’s work at www.ariel-davis.com

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