Wishful thinking

Wishful thinking

'If Only' marks Peter Roberts' first solo show in three years
SURELY you know Peter Roberts from his tireless work with Location Gallery, but you may not be as familiar with the art he creates. Now, Roberts’ own work takes center stage with “If Only: Papercut Paradoxical Paradises,” on view at the Savannah LGBT Center now through July 26.

Celebrate Guy Woodward's life

'We can create something in our lifetime, in our human form that resonates after you graduate, that still hums'

Art for a great cause

Shows at Foxy Loxy and Henny Penny benefit Keith Kozel medical fund
It should come as no surprise that Zelia is an incredibly talented painter: Christian owns Scribble Art Studio and runs the art space at Henny Penny

Quilting with memories

Jessica Pope’s ‘Folklore’ on display at Jepson Center
IF YOU pass by the Jepson Center’s east side, you’ll notice a unique project in the windows. That’s “Folklore” by Jessica Pope, the installation created specifically for those windows.

Four female photographers present showcase at The Drawing Room

Verbeeck, Castiglione, Treide, and Stanziola-Mirrop got together to talk about their work and fill the void they saw in photography classes.

The art of living

Support Hospice Savannah and local artists
HOSPICE SAVANNAH celebrates 40 years this year, a momentous occasion for an organization that is one of the biggest supporters of local art. The hospice center on Eisenhower’s art gallery has played host to a variety of exhibitions through the years.

Coming together for the Earth

‘Anthropocene’ includes 170 works related to climate change
The result of the SCAD Curatorial Incubator Project, 'Anthropocene' is a juried show of over 170 pieces that asked artists to reflect on climate change

Crossing the bridge

Ronit Holtz’s solo exhibition on display at Congregation Mickve Israel
'Essentially, I always want someone to take back a redemptive quality in the work'

Kindred spirits: Photo installation led by Tobia Makover on display this weekend

"It wasn't about my work or my moment. It was about accessing the work and making it flow and seeing the bigger picture and supporting each other."
FOR YEARS, Tobia Makover put herself and her work first. “For so long, I was striving to be a solo artist,” Makover admits.

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


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