Davina Shefet is a french and danish visual artist, known for her former fashion brand and paintings. She grew up in the South of France in a small town where Matisse and Chagall used to live, this atmosphere and aesthetic is a very strong inspiration in her work and in her way of conceiving Art.
A multi disciplinary artist since a very young age, she studied theatre, opera singing, amongst painting and design.
She moved to Paris at 18, where she studied visual communication at the prestigious ECV Paris, worked in Fashion and the creative industries both in Paris and Berlin.
After completing an internship in 2014 at Christian Lacroix, Davina went on to become one of the finalists in the « Meilleurs Dessinateurs » (Best Drawers) contest held by famous French newspaper Libération in 2014.
Her work has been featured in exhibitions such as “Arts for Patrón” in 2015 in Paris, and the 2017 inauguration of the Sir Nikolaï Hotel in Hamburg.
Davina Shefet was a finalist at the prestigious national contest «Entrepreneurs des Métiers d’Art» (Entrepreneurs of the Arts) held by the Institut des Métiers d’Arts and Ernest and Young in Paris in 2017.
Her work has been featured in RTL, Libération, Bo Bedre, Elle, in Saatchi Art Collection « Meet the New Figurative Painters », House & Garden Uk, Coveteur and many blogs.
Davina Shefet had her first solo exhibition «Opium Dream» in 2018 at the Leslie Curran Gallery in Florida where she is still represented.
Some of her work is being sold in print form at Anthropologie since July 2022.
Currently based in Brighton UK, Davina Shefet travels and settles where inspiration spikes and is planning het next destination in Italy.
To visit her complete portfolio and cv click over HERE