“Alonzo Davis’ decorated fetishes, paper grids, and bamboo “power poles” are painted, woven, wound, tied, patched, stuck, pasted and drilled. They stand, they hang, they dance, they shift and realign themselves as elements shift around them. Whether small and intimate enough to hold in the hand or monumentally large, they have a life of their own, yet even they obey the power of the earth’s centers.”
~Melinda Parsons, art historian

Public Art