"Davina was born with a crayon in her hand," so her mother says. A life-long artist, as a young girl Davina altered her own clothes, painted her bedroom walls, and would often give found objects a new lease on life by turning nearly anything into a canvas, sculpture, or display.
In 1999 Davina founded a graphic and web design business called Heavy Designs (www.heavydesigns.com) to combine her passion for creative design and fine arts with the ever-growing online and digital media worlds.
In 2014 she started a local community called DC Creators after 2 trips to Burning Man, as it was such an inspiring experience for her. After years of hosting events in the DMV (DC, MD, VA) area, she recently, in 2021, launched the DC Creators Network & Exchange for all creators to share anything creative. (www.dccreators.com)
She responds to Davina Louise creatively, and Davina Blanchard professionally. Davina Divinity is her upcoming brand.
Natural Born Creator
"We are all artists in life. Some just have not found their creative outlet yet. You have to walk into a music store and explore every instrument, before you say you are not a musician. Explore every creative tool before you say you are not a creator."
Davina in Action
Photos of Davina creating. Intense moments from different occasions she will always remember. Always learning & exploring her newest body art ideas @ her DC Creators events. See how much she loves creating unique art on canvas bodies throughout the Metropolitan, DC area.
Body Art Modeling
Painted by, and modeled by... Davina Louise, she paints herself to practice body art & encourage a creativity within her DC Creators workshops. This gives inspiration to the other creators around.
Burning Man 2015
This is where DC Creators was born. At least the idea. See photos or her costume ideas and outfit creations. Exclusively altered clothes for festive events. Ask how she did it! She's happy to share her secrets.
Photo Shoot 2006
These photos were taken to build Davina's Modeling Portfolio. She has never thought of herself as a model, but this photographer (Dennis Sandre) thought otherwise. The photos speak for themselves.