‘Savannah Squared’ -- The Gallery presents a peek into Savannah’s scenery through the looking glass of 13 artists. Nov. 23-Dec. 31, 20 Jefferson Street, Center Court City Market.


100 Under 200 -- Chroma Gallery hosts this show of One hundred small works under $200 by Chroma artists Nov. 19-Dec. 24. Reception Sunday, Nov. 19 3-6 p.m. Free at Chroma Gallery, 31 Barnard St.


‘Quick’ -- Embroidered fabrics from Jennifer Jenkins and Erin Riche through Nov. 30

at Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St. Reception Thursday, Nov. 16, 6-8 p.m.


2CarGarage Gallery to open -- Bringing new works by nationally recognized artists to the Savannah art scene beginning December 7. Opening reception 6-9 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 7, at 30 W. Broughton Street, Suite 205.


Sally Clark -- Hospice Savannah will showcase new work by Sally Clark through Dec. 31 at the Hospice Savannah Art Gallery, Hospice House, 1352 Eisenhower Dr.


Frank Stewart -- Stewart is the principle photographer for the Savannah Music Festival and Lincoln Center in New York. Recent color photos as well as a number of images from his black and white series “Hotel Windows.” Show runs thru Nov. 30 at Horne & Thistle Gallery, 424 E Oglethorpe Ave. Reception Nov. 11, 5-8 p.m. Gallery hours are Fridays and Saturdays 10 a.m.-6 p.m.


‘Creeks, Coves and Sounds’ -- New exhibition of the paintins of M.L. Kolbe and Tom Sadler at Mansion on Forsyth Park.  Through January 6.


‘Holidays, Hope & Warmth’ -- Union Mission’s Growing Hope Artisans’ Cooperative presents cooperative member holiday card designs, hand-crocheted Afghans and text discussing the issue of providing “warmth” to people impacted by homelessness during the winter and holiday months. On exhibit through November at the Starfish Cafe, 719 E. Broad St. 

‘Ghana: A Photo Documentary’ -- The City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs exhibits photographer Carrie Brown works at Gallery S. P. A. C. E. (Savannah’s Place for Art, Culture and Education) Nov. 10 through Dec. 15. Brown is currently a documentary photographer for Cross-Cultural Solutions in Ghana, West Africa. The exhibition will include works from her journey through towns along the western coast of Ghana, as well as works from her Ghanaian students. Admission is free.  Gallery S.P.A.C.E. is at 9 West Henry Street in Savannah. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon.-Fri.  Reception Fri., Nov. 10, from 6-8 p.m.


Whitney Gallery Artist of the Month -- During November new works by June Stratton and Adela Holmes are being showcased at the Whitney Gallery, 415 Whitaker St.


New Artists at Savannah Art Works -- New mixed media by Simone Wilson and block prints by Katherine Linn are featured at Savannah Art Works, 240 Bull St.


Todd Nemanic -- Work in stone, wood, ceramics and canvas by this SCAD language professor. At the Los Robles Center for Arts and Humanities at 101 E. 34th St. Private showings are scheduled throughout November by calling Robert Crockett at 234-5952 for appointments.

‘The Architecture of Nature’ -- New collage works by Laura W. Adams will be on display at Off the Wall Gallery in 45 Bistro at the Marshall House, 123 East Broughton St. through November.


‘A Closer Look: Four Churches and a Synagogue’; ‘Turnings in Native Wood’ -- Photography by Tim Coy and woodturning by Dicky Stone through Dec. 30 at Gallery 440, 440 Bull St. All works for sale. A portion of proceeds benefits Chatham Savannah Citizen Advocacy, Inc.


‘Islam in Belief and Practice’ -- Exhibit at Georgia Southern Museum through Dec. 31. Free admission for the Museum, which is in the Rosenwald Building on Southern Drive. 9-5 M-F and 2-5 Saturday and Sunday.


‘Homeland Insecurity’s Plan for Lazaretto Creek’ -- Photos by Roger Surprenant are on display at Angel’s BBQ thru November. Angel’s is on Oglethorpe Lane between Bull & Whitaker.


JEA Artist of the Month --  The Art Show at the Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St., beginning Nov. 1 features works of Cynthia Fraula-Hahn,  an artist, arts activist and art historian based in Winchester, Va., and Savannah.


SCAD Museum of Art -- “Facing the Camera:  Portraits of Photographers from the Rhoades Collection”; Portraits of Margaret Bourke-White, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Edward Steichen, Edward Weston, Minor White, Cecil Beaton, Gordon Parks, Ansel Adams, Cindy Sherman, and many others are on view. “150 Years of Architectural Elegance: The Central of Georgia Railroad’s 1856 Gray Building Headquarters”; This exhibition chronicles the history of SCAD’s Kiah Hall.  Once the headquarters of the venerable Central of Georgia Railroad and now a college art museum, the landmark Greek Revival building epitomizes the elegance of mid-19th century architecture. “Focus on 20th-Century Art:  Highlights from SCAD’s Collection”; Significant works from the college’s permanent collection including paintings, drawings, and prints by Pablo Picasso, Willem De Kooning, Mark Tobey, Robert Rauschenberg, Romare Bearden, Faith Ringgold, Sam Gilliam, Bridget Riley, and others represent the changing movements of modern and contemporary art. “Darkly Carved Treasures: Traditional Plants and Flowers of China”; This selection of intricately hand carved objets d’art from the Red Sandalwood Museum in Beijing, China brings the flowering forms and symbolic plants of Asia to new life in wood. “Painters to Their Majesties: Art and Power of the Royal Court”; Featured in this exhibition are 17th- through 19th-century portraits by painters from the court of England who held official royal appointments. Rare masterpieces by Marcus Gheeraerts, Sir Anthony Van Dyck, Sir Peter Lely, Allan Ramsay, William Hogarth and Sir Joshua Reynolds are on view. “The Master Eye: 19th- and 20th-Century Photographs from the Rhoades Collection”; Photographers include Brady, Nadar, Cartier-Bresson, Adams, Mapplethorpe, Avedon, Caplan, Weston, Cunningham, Lagerfeld and other celebrated masters. “Mapping the Past: A Selection of Antique Cartography from the Newton Collection”; Highlights include 1597 maps from the earliest atlas of the Americas, 1776 military maps, and other 18th- and 19th-century maps, most of them hand colored. Cartographers include Wytfliet, Hondius, Monath, Lotter, d’Anville, Faden, Lodge, Cary, and Wyld. Jepson Center for the Arts – Exhibits include:“Helen Levitt: Photographs from the Permanent Collection”; selections from the Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art; and “Myrtle Jones: A Tribute.” 207 W. York St. Call 790-8800. 


Telfair Academy of Arts & Sciences --121 Barnard St. Call 790-8800.ƒnƒç


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Jim Morekis

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A native Savannahian, Jim has been editor-in-chief of Connect Savannah for ten years. The University of Georgia graduate is also a travel writer, authoring regional guides in the Moon handbook series... more

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