Lynn Davis received a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1970 and apprenticed with Berenice Abbott in the summer of 1974. She has had sixty-eight solo shows since 1980 and has work in numerous museum collections. She has photographed in fifty countries, including Egypt, Yemen, Burma, Cambodia, Russia, Kazakhstan, China, Ethiopia, Sudan, Mali, Iran, Greenland, and most recently Brazil and Italy. In 2005, Davis received an Academy Award in Art from the American Academy of Arts & Letters. Her Artist’s Books include: Sacred Landscapes (2010), Space Project (2009), Illumination (2007), American Monument (2004), Monument (1999), Wonders of the African World (1999), and Bodywork (1994). Lynn Davis lives and works in Hudson, New York and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.