Tim Davis has been an artist, educator, curator, and the gallery founder and owner of International Visions Gallery and Consultants for over 25 years. The breadth of the experience he has accumulated working with both artists and clients and with museums to hospitals has served to connect truly unique works and curations to people and spaces where they will provoke, inspire, and enrich. In the Washington Metropolitan Area, he has worked as a consultant with the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, the D.C. Art Works Murals Project, the Council on Foundations, the Arlington County Arts and Planning Commission, and the Dulles Corridor Metro Rail Public Art Selection Panel.

As the gallery’s founder, one of his goals was to exhibit works from many parts of the world. He has curated over 250 exhibitions, group and solo shows, and, more recently, in October 2020 at the Montpelier Arts Center, Laurel, MD. “The Color of Our Skin.”

Other highlighted exhibitions include: Prince George County African American Museum, Washington, North Brentwood, Maryland (2019): “400 Years: Journey of the Diaspora 1619-2019” (Co-Curator); Fade To Black III Art Basel Miami, Florida (2015): “Passages,” a curated exhibition for Museum of Contemporary Art Diaspora (MOCADA); Children’s Hospital, Washington DC (2015): “Cultural Expressions I”; National Black Fine Art Show, New York, NY  (2009): “13th Annual Exhibition”; Mason Murer Gallery, Atlanta, GA (2008): “Embrace”; ARWI, San Juan, Puerto Rico (2008): “3rd International Art Fair”; Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Washington, DC (2007): “Beneath the Surface.”

The gallery has exhibited artists from over twenty-five nations, including: Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Canada, Columbia, Cuba, Ghana, Haiti, Ireland, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Russia, Senegal, and South Africa. Sudan, Uganda, Ukraine, United States, Uruguay, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe.