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Fall Arts Preview: Visual Arts 

Port City: The Savannah Riverfront through Artists' Eyes

Through Jan. 4, Jepson Center for the Arts

Drawn from Telfair Museums’ collection with key loans from the Library of Congress, the Georgia Historical Society and local collections, Port City tells the story of the Savannah riverfront as depicted by artists in prints, drawings, paintings, and photographs from the 1730s to the present.

Whitfield Lovell: Deep River

Through Feb. 1, Jepson Center for the Arts

Installation inspired by African American history and folkways.

Romantic Spirits

Through Feb. 15, Jepson Center for the Arts

Paintings from the South’s romantic movement.

Alexander Ink

Now through Sep. 26, SCAD’s Alexander Hall Gallery

Juried printmaking exhibition.

Jason Middlebrook: Submerged

Now through Sep. 28, SCAD Museum of Art

Site responsive sculptural installation.

Status

Now through Sep. 26, SCAD Museum of Art

Work by Maggie Evans.

The Modern Era: Works from the Walter O. Evans Collection

Now through Sep. 28, SCAD Museum of Art

African American artwork.

Andy Warhol

Now through Sep. 28, SCAD Museum of Art

Donated prints from Andy Warhol Foundation.

Mary Hartman: "Grain Fed"

Closing reception Friday Sept. 26, 6-8pm

September, Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St.

Recent charcoal drawings.

Savannah Collects

Oct. 3-Jan. 18, Jepson Center for the Arts

Installation inspired by African American history and folkways.

Jim Richards

Oct. 4, Jepson Center for the Arts

Paid morning workshop and free afternoon sketch crawl.

Free Family Day: Port City

Oct. 4, Jepson Center for the Arts

Maritime/nautical themed arts events.

Li Hui

Now through Oct. 1, SCAD Museum of Art

Beijing artist’s first solo US show.

Jack Leigh: Full Circle: Low Country Photographs 1972-2004

Now through Oct. 2, SCAD Museum of Art

Career retrospective on tenth anniversary of beloved local artist’s passing.

Pirate Jenny

Now through Oct. 2, SCAD Museum of Art

Carrie Moyer’s paintings.

Veiled Horizons 

Through October 3, Non-Fiction Gallery

Closing reception: October 3, 6-10pm  (Part of Art March)

Two-person show by Cheralynn Johnston and William Ruller 

New abstract paintings.  

Garrett Odenwelder: Oden

Sept. 26- Oct 11, Fresh Exhibitions, 2427 Desoto Ave.

Reception: Oct 3, 6-9pm

Garrett uses geometric forms to create sculptural metal furniture and drawings that are both simple and complex representations of geo-abstractions.

Luceat

Reception Oct. 3, 6-9pm

Works by: Rose Dunseth, Daniela Marin, Audrey Travis at Whits End Gallery, 106 E 37th Street

Zlatko Mitev

October, Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St.

Mixed media paintings/ illustrations.

Blank Page Poetry 

Oct. 16, 6 pm, Jepson Center for the Arts

Telfair Museums presents Words & Shadows: “If Ever These Rivers Should Speak,” poetic expressions of people and events related to water systems that define Savannah.

Tiny Divas: Call for entries / Juried Small Works Exhibition

Oct. 17-28, Non-Fiction Gallery

Opening Reception: October 17, 7-10pm

In this national juried group exhibition, the celebrity divine will be brought into reach with small works exploring divas. All entries to be reviewed are due September 26, 2014. See nonfictiongallery.com/tinydivas

Michele Soha

October, Gallery 209, 209 E. River St.

October artist of the month

Fervor

Oct. 27-Nov. 14, Whits End Gallery, 106 E 37th Street

Reception Nov. 7, 6-9pm

Works by Jake Eichorn, Hayden John, Megan Pelto, Chris Shelton, Greg Wilson

Rooms with a View

Oct. 23-25, Telfair Museums new interior design and foodie event features noted designers Phoebe and Jim Howard.

West Fraser

Oct. 24, Telfair Museums hold weekend workshop with landscape artist. Participants will work from downtown Savannah sites on Saturday and from Fort Pulaski on Sunday.

Lisa Co: Ghost

Nov. 1-Nov. 15, Fresh Exhibitions, 2427 Desoto Ave.

Reception: Nov 7, 6-9pm

Lisa incorporates natural and animalistic imagery with human portraits and anatomy to create monochromatic relief prints. Lisa will host an interactive workshop that kids can take part in as well for relief printmaking 

Drawing It Out

Now through Nov. 1, SCAD’s Gutstein Gallery

Illustrations by Craig Frazier.

Ragtime

Now through Nov. 1, SCAD’s Pinnacle Gallery

Leslie Wayne’s abstracts.

Renée Malloy Ludlam: "Con-tex-ture"

Nov 28- Dec 13, Fresh Exhibitions, 2427 Desoto Ave.

Reception: Dec 5, 6-9pm

Renée juxtaposes disparate imagery through digital, hand-rendered and photographic creation to reveal stories formed by these incongruent elements.

Indigo Sky Community Gallery 10th Anniversary Celebration

November

Details TBA

Memento Boxes: Solo exhibition by Xiwen Zhu

Nov. 7-11, Non-Fiction Gallery

Opening reception: Friday, November 7, 6-10pm (Part of Art March)

In this multi-media exhibition, artist Xiwen Zhu explores concepts of memorial, loss, and mourning.

  

Anne Woodward

November, Gallery 209, 209 E. River St.

November artist of the month,

Constructed Paradise: Solo exhibition by Marc Newton 

Nov. 14-18, Non-Fiction Gallery

Opening Reception: Friday, Nov. 14, 7-10pm

Photographer Marc Newton explores the complex relationship of human culture and the natural world.

Telfair Art Fair

Nov. 15-16, Telfair Square

20th Anniversary of sale and juried show.

Little Evils: Solo exhibition by Xiaolu Zhang 

Nov. 21-25, Non-Fiction Gallery

Reception: Friday, November 21, 7-10pm

Artist Xiaolu Zhang will present both large and small-scale portraits

Stephania Cancemi

November, Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St.

Photography.

Krystal Sokolis

December, Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St.

Handmade decorative stockings.

Alaine Daniels and Angela Erdy

December, Gallery 209, 209 E. River St.

December artist of the month,

Jepson Lecture: "Georgia's Ports"

Dec. 4, 6 pm , Jepson Center for the Arts

The Jepson Center’s own Robert Jepson, a member of Board of Directors of Georgia Ports Authority, offers his insight. Free to museum members or included with museum admission. Reception follows.

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