Emma Davidson is a visual and teaching artist. Raised in New England, she has a deep love for the world that surrounds her—one filled with respect, awe, and wonder. Between collecting bugs as a little kid, and spending countless hours hiking and traveling, she formed a strong bond with nature. This connection is evident in her artwork and creative processes.
Emma earned her degree in Fibers and Printmaking from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). After graduation, she accepted a position with Touchstone Center for Crafts, first as a studio resident assistant and then as operations coordinator. It was here that Emma discovered her interest in teaching, leading her to earn her teaching artist certificate through Gateway to the Arts. She has since worked and taught for various organizations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as well as The Canvas in Juneau, Alaska. Her artwork has been exhibited in China, Alaska, California, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Massachusetts, and can be found in SCAD's permanent collection.