Keri Weber-Davies was raised in Northern Michigan where she acquired an interest in natural phenomena. In her teens and early twenties she studied theater and became enamored of set design and forming theatrical spaces where she could recreate the transcendental experiences of her environment.
In pursuit of fostering this passion, Weber-Davies left the theater to attend Eastern Michigan University and study studio art. She further developed her interests in theatrical space using sculpture and installation based work. After earning a BFA in sculpture at EMU Weber-Davies went on to Michigan State University’s MFA program in 2012.
Keri Weber-Davies is currently a third year MFA candidate in sculpture at MSU. She has exhibited throughout Michigan and has presented her research at Eastern Michigan University and Michigan State University. In her time at MSU, Weber-Davies has been awarded with a Dissertation Completion Fellowship from the University as well as the Stanley and Selma Hollander Endowed Graduate Fellowship in Studio Art from the Department of Art, Art History, and Design. Her thesis exhibition is slated for April 2015 at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum.