Rembrandt's Jewish ties

Rembrandt's Jewish ties

Prints featured at Telfair Museums show at Jepson Center
Rembrandt was not Jewish himself, but he often conferred with Jewish theologians while creating his works based on religious imagery

Brandi Marie Little’s ‘Homecoming’ keeps the dead alive

As far as caretakers go, Little is a great one. She creates haunting oil paintings from the photographs she collects

Feminism and dirty words

Mariah Howington’s ‘For your eyes only’ is up at Moon River
The exhibition includes Howington’s most recent work that explores third-wave feminism, among other cultural influences

Tracing her Lineage

Anya Mitchell exhibits work at Starland Café
AFTER graduating from SCAD in 2011, fibers artist Anya Mitchell volunteered at the Bahai World Centre in Israel. “It was so fascinating and amazing,” Mitchell recalls.

A world united

‘Talking Continents’ inspires togetherness at the Jepson Center
Nineteen stainless steel figures, suspended by wires, are comprised of letters from eight different alphabets

Painting with wood

Herbert Albin’s work on display at Roots Up
However, for a recent auction outside Atlanta, Lovell was able to make the trip. There, she found her new obsession: Herbert Albin’s marquetry collection

Tickled pink: Location Gallery celebrates three years with ‘LUSH’

The exhibition includes 35 artists, a big show even by Location’s generous standards, and is a fun color survey

A SLAM dunk

Inaugural Savannah Local Artists Market takes place this Saturday
WHEN Charles Ellis first dreamed up an artists’ market, he was met with mixed reviews. “I went to a friend of mine and was mentioning it, and she said, ‘Charlie, it won’t work.

Cult of positivity

‘I Don’t Mind’ up for two days only at Sulfur
'I’ve been doing a lot with how people handle grief and how it affects your mental health'

Lanes of Savannah: The artistic path less traveled

'Between' fits in perfectly with the Davenport House’s new initiative to tell the story of Savannah’s lanes

Love your Mother Earth

Fifth annual ISCAP art show and sale takes place this weekend
Now in its fifth year, ISCAP invites artists of all ages and skill levels to create art inspired by the climate, which Anderson notes is not held to a strict definition

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