received his B.F.A from the Cleveland Institute of Art in Drawing. Davon has gone on to having exhibited/curated in places such as: Bay Arts, The Museum of Contemporary Art (Cleveland), CAN Triennial, The Morgan Conservatory, Indianapolis Arts Center, The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, The Museum of Creative Human Art and many more. He has also participated in mural activities and being an advocate for getting the arts into younger artists' vision.
"This piece is emblematic of a body of work exploring Dazzle Camouflage, a form of disruptive painting that was applied to merchant ships during WWI. Utilizing pattern, high contrast colors, and manipulated perspective, the ships were camouflaged from enemy observation. This project provided the opportunity to paint a vessel, which relates to the original concept in an interesting way."