Eclectic Revival Studios
2004 Ivy Lane
Directions: From the west end intersection of AR62 (bypass) & AR 62B, travel east on 62B (toward MH) .2 mile and take your first left (across from entrance to ASU) onto Fuller St. Continue .5 mile and turn right onto Ivy Lane. Stay left to house on right. Enter studio through gate to left of garage.
Local artist, Tammy Davis, has been artistic from a very young age. Her parents owned a canoe rental business on the Buffalo River, so she grew up loving nature and spending her days playing in the woods. Not only does she get inspiration right here in the Ozark Mountains, Tammy also loves traveling with her husband around the country and other parts of the world. She finds sources of inspiration, creativity, and originality from different cities, architecture, landscapes and people.
Her favorite artistic medium is using acrylic on canvas. "Don't be afraid of color," she says. When it comes to painting, Tammy says she can see the vivid colors dancing around in her mind before she ever puts paint to a picture. She especially enjoys bright, cheerful colors and textures, such as those that one would find within traditional Mexican art. She has also found a niche in creating Arkansas Razorback pieces.
Tammy also spends her time repurposing older, used, and vintage furniture pieces. She owns a business called Eclectic Revival Studios, which solely focuses on refurbishing furniture and bringing those pieces back to life for useful purposes.
When she's not working, Tammy enjoys spending time with her husband, Shane, her children, Bailey and Landon, and her stepson Jake.
If you'd like to purchase any of Tammy's pieces or are interested in speaking to her about her work, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 870-404-8227.