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Art-O-Rama - A multi-media group show featuring a diverse range of local artists, including Betsy Cain, Matt Hebermehl, John Olenyik and more. Opening reception: 1/29, 7-9pm (w/ after party at T-Rex Mex). Atwell's Art and Frames , 228 W. Broughton St.

Black Heritage Month Show - Gullah-inspired sculptures from Judy Mooney and paintings from Richard Law and William Kwamena-Poh. Hospice Savannah Art Gallery, 1352 Eisenhower Dr.

Cognatypes - Photographer Christian Cognazzo utilizes a variety of techniques to create abstract images using photograph paper but no camera. Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St.

De Aarts Ob We People XIII - The rich Gullah culture comes to life in this fascinating exhibit featuring paintings, sweetgrass baskets and sculptures. Greer Gallery at Art Center for Coastal Carolina, Hilton Head Island

Doublethink - An exhibition by SCAD Atlanta foundations faculty Rocio Rodriguez and Martha Whittington, whose works share many complementary aesthetic and conceptual properties. Pinnacle Gallery , 320 E. Liberty St.

Endless Love - A group show featuring 15 local artists and centered around love. Opening reception: 2/4, 5:30-8:30pm. Kobo Gallery , 33 Barnard St.

Floral Exhibit - A new collection of flower images by local photographer Margaret Brennan. Cutter's Point Coffee, 7360 Skidaway Rd.

Interactive Luminous Liminal System - 1/25-28, A new installation by artist Timothy Jackson exploring human perception. Part of Telfair's Pulse Festival. T. Gallery and Cafe, 1813 Bull St.

Nature's Banquet: American Paintings from the Manoogian Collection - Landscapes by Hudson River School painters and American Impressionists are complemented by exquisite still lifes. SCAD Museum of Art, 227 MLK Jr. Blvd.

New Work from Cedric Smith and Matt Toole - Two new artists are showcased, including the dynamic, abstract sculptures of Toole and the re-envisioned Americana of Smith. Chroma Gallery , 31 Barnard St.

Outlining the Past - A thesis exhibit featuring work by Abby Johnson combining embroidery, screen printing and dyes on layers of fabric to explore the bonds of collective memory. Hall Street Gallery, 212 W. Hall

Photos by Sam Scruggs - Scruggs is a SCAD alumnus who uses a unique process to capture dramatic images of Savannah at night. Opening reception: 2/7, 3-5pm. JEA Art Gallery, 5111 Abercorn St.

Shared Spaces - A two-person art exhibition of the work of Kip Bradley and Lisa Alvarez Bradley. AASU Fine Arts Gallery, 11935 Abercorn St.

Small Treasures of 19th-century American Art - Artists of the Hudson River School and other 19th-century masters share lyrical visions of a bygone American landscapes. The SCAD Museum of Art, 227 MLK Jr. Blvd.

Spring Bouquet - A new series of floral photography from Margaret Brennan Cutter's Point Coffee, 7360 Skidaway Rd

The Best of the SCADDYs - An exhibition of the 100 best submissions for SCAD's annual advertising awards including graphic design, illustration and more. Alexander Hall, 668 Indian St.

Wild is the Wind - A group show organized as part of the "Africa on My Mind: Contemporary Art, Home and Abroad" exhibition series held in conjunction with SCAD's Third Biennial Art History Symposium. Gutstein Gallery , 201 E. Broughton St.

Work by William Rousseau and Luba Lowry - Rousseau, a former director of the Telfair, paints locally inspired scenes and landscapes. Lowry is a painter and fashion designer who has done murals and exhibitions around the world. JEA Art Gallery, 5111 Abercorn St.

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