Titus Davis produces hand-built and painted traditional Acoma pottery with a contemporary flair of fine-line precision. He adds flowing fluid lines to a near perfect geometric background producing the third dimension in-depth to the painting.
Titus Davis was introduced into pottery making by his mother, Darla Davis, and his grandmother, Rachel James. He has a sister named Alicia Chino and his brother-in-law is Acoma potter Eric Lewis. Titus offers a new contemporary and distinctive style to Acoma designs. He is known for his broad curved lines, set against a classic background of Acoma white clay, with geometric and precise black line patterns. The different concentric lines of his pottery flow in several directions, but each meets perfectly on the 360-degree radius.