Paige Davidson received her B.F.A. in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin in 2000 and has been painting professionally since. Her work has shown nationally and internationally, but she predominantly shows now in her own studio gallery space.
Her work is on the set of USA Network's Queen of the South, and it was included on the permanant set of the television series DALLAS on TNT showing 2012 until 2014. It was also in the 2005 feature film Hate Crime starring Giancarlo Esposito and Bruce Davison as well as the 2009 FOX television series The Good Guys. Her studio has been featured in Texas Highways, Jane, 360 West and Indulge magazines.
Davidson has pieces in the University of Texas Printmaking Collection, the Square House Museum Permanent Collection. She also has pieces in the private collections of musicians Biz Markie, Marissa Monte, Eliot Sumner and Charles Bradley as well as actor Sonny Carl Davis and NFL star Andre Gurode.
360 West Magazine January 2019
Work in Progress
Dallas. Season 3, Episode 1: "The Return" on TNT.
Malverde retablos by Paige Davidson. Queen of the South. S1 EP10: ESTA 'COSA' QUE ES NUESTRA
DALLAS. "The Furious and the Fast." Season 2. Episode 7.
Octopus and Sexycat ink drawings in the background of Queen of the South S1 EP6: EL ENGANO COMO LA REGLA
Malverde Retablo. Queen of the South S1 EP7: EL HOMBRE PAJARO
"Happy Fawn" (bottom left) on "Good Guys." Fox Television.
Small Italian Window watercolor over Giancarlo Esposito's head (right) in the indie film "Hate Crime."