Betsy Davis has been creating hand-painted backdrops for TV, commercials, motion picture, theatre productions, and display for nearly twenty years. One of Betsy's very first commissions was for famed fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier. Most recently you can see her presence in Spike Lee's "When the Levees Broke". Over the years Betsy has built a stock of close to 300 backdrops available for daily and weekly rentals.
          When she arrived in NYC, Betsy took advantage of another skill, sewing, and began working as a theatrical costume maker. Now, she marries those complimentary skills and will create both painted and sewn custom commissions to your specifications.
          In 1990, Betsy expanded her business to include decorative painting (Venetian stucco, faux bois, etc.), murals, custom window treatments (roman shades and drapes), pillows, cushions and slipcovers. She works with a series of designers and architects providing custom work for interiors, both residential and commercial.
          In 2000, Betsy discovered yoga and began studying with Dana and Jasmine at Laughing Lotus. She went on to do her teacher training there and now teaches at both Laughing Lotus and her own studio in Manhattan. You can see Betsy's custom decorative painting and drapes at Laughing Lotus in New York City and coming soon to Laughing Lotus San Francisco.
          Betsy has her own thriving fine art painting practice and has shown her work in solo and group exhibitions. Her awareness of color theory is expansive and she is now available for color consultation.

Look for Betsy's yoga teaching schedule and recent news on her Blog. Coming Soon!!!