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Exhibiting 14 original paintings in HAMBURG GERMANY at GALERIE LE COCON Sept-Nov.This summer I was the official artist for The Holland North Sea Jazz Festival 2006 in Rotterdam! I created 3 Large Paintings live on stage in Rotterdam during the festival, and my artwork was exhibited throughout the city of Rotterdam the whole month of July... also I am always exhibiting in Rotterdam at my gallery; Pakhuis 6 Gallery. Now in New York City, you can see my original artworks and Lithographs on PERMANENT display & for sale at The Allerton Art Gallery on 22nd & 7th Avenue 7 days a week! In Harlem New York my artwork is on permanent display at the Jazz gallery "BIG APPLE JAZZ" on 130 street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.

In Providence Rhode Island you can see my new artwork on display each month at The LA PRIMA CAFE.
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Exhibiting 14 original paintings in HAMBURG GERMANY at GALERIE LE COCON Sept-Nov.This summer I was the official artist for The Holland North Sea Jazz Festival 2006 in Rotterdam! I created 3 Large Paintings live on stage in Rotterdam during the festival, and my artwork was exhibited throughout the city of Rotterdam the whole month of July... also I am always exhibiting in Rotterdam at my gallery; Pakhuis 6 Gallery. Now in New York City, you can see my original artworks and Lithographs on PERMANENT display & for sale at The Allerton Art Gallery on 22nd & 7th Avenue 7 days a week! In Harlem New York my artwork is on permanent display at the Jazz gallery "BIG APPLE JAZZ" on 130 street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.

In Providence Rhode Island you can see my new artwork on display each month at The LA PRIMA CAFE.
The Philadelphia Daily News wrote this article about Easton in October of 2000:

IMMIGRANTS' SON THRIVES AS AN ARTIST.
By Anne R. Fabbri/ Philadelphia Daily News 2001

Easton Davy has the four most important ingredients for "making it" as an artist�talent, grit, innovation and a loyal patron. Add a heaping dose of a supportive. family
"I always knew I was an artist. When I was 4 or 5 years old, I drew pictures of my father running for the bus,". Davy's career took off with jobs in Berkeley, Calif., and New York City, and time off in between to paint 24 hours a day. Now he works in all media, in cluding silkscreen prints of famous jazz musicians from the past. Davy sells at art fairs, such as the one in Manayunk each spring. There, he met his patron, Adrian J. Moody, a noted Philadelphia attorney who began collecting his work. An art fair in Montclair and a follow-up Christmas card to collectors resulted in a call for some drawings for the National Basketball Association's publicity department. "When someone buys your work, they are buying a piece of you. You have to stay in touch," Davy said. "Every Christmas, I send each patron cards I have made, and I do the same every time I move, which is almost an nually. It always helps."

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