Naomi Davies is a Cambridge-based artist working in ink and watercolour. She draws quirky observations of everyday life, usually directly in pen – whatever is around her – aiming for a real scene, rather than a chocolate box view of the world.
Cambridge and bicycles feature often in her vibrant paintings. Her training as a professional family historian means that she likes to record the actual rather than the imaginary.
Her work is exhibited in both galleries and good coffee shops around the city. She has a permanent exhibition at Primavera on King’s Parade. Her range of greetings cards are on sale in most good independent stores. Naomi’s work is also featured in the Cambridge Art Book. Naomi is an active member of both Urban Sketchers Cambridge and of Cambridge Open Studios. She undertakes both private and commercial commissions, and especially loves to draw when engaging in her other hobbies – drinking coffee, eating out, and watching cycle racing.