Joshua Davison is a 24 years old self-taught contemporary painter and sculptor with a diverse body of work themed around portraiture and Botanics. He works with oils, acrylic, wood, epoxy resins, and spray paint to create artwork that hopes to blur the line between painting and sculpture. In his latest work, the artist has created beautiful knife paintings of flowers with sweet colors, that look like they are delicately placed on their canvas. Originally, the series was a way to practice color theory. However, it is now also a study of symmetry, contrast, and saturation. In his work, Joshua is inspired and motivated by the old masters, the path to truly original thinking, the bridge between science and art, instigating a range of emotions with artwork, and the prospect of reaching mastery. “In a world where it seems everything’s already being done, everywhere, at all times, true originality is rare and mysterious and is often a term loosely thrown around. He looks up to other contemporary artists such as Miles Johnston, Ivan Alifan, Loribelle Spirovski, and Henrik Uldalen who are truly original and beautiful modern painters”.