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Suwanee SculpTour

330 Town Center Avenue
Suwanee, GA 30024

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Born and educated in Peru, Carlos Davila comes from a family of artists. After receiving his MFA from the National School of Fine Arts in Lima, he spent several years exhibiting in and traveling around Europe. After a one-man exhibition at the Miami Museum of Art in Florida, Davila settled in New York City, working from his studio in Greenwich Village. He has exhibited extensively throughout the United States, Latin American, and Europe. Davila currently resides in Connecticut with his wife where he works from a loft at the NEST Arts Factory in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Art Name: Titanosaurus
Category: Sculpture
Dimension: 12ft tall, 450 pounds
Location: 2017-2019 Suwanee SculpTour
330 Town Center Avenue
Suwanee, GA 30024
This sculpture is a stylized and slightly abstracted dinosaur. Dinosaurs are ideal subjects for art because they can represent speed, power, or the ability to fly, while offering a form of escapism as a child (or adult) imagines that they can be and do anything, allowing for infinite imaginary adventures. Fabricated of marine teak wood, aircraft aluminum, and stainless steel, this sculpture stands 12 feet tall and weighs 450 pounds. If you're interested in purchasing this piece, please contact Toni Shrewsbury at the City of Suwanee.

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