ART PATROL: Beth Logan recommends

Support the upkeep and preservation of Savannah’s Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home with your purchase of a painting, photograph, sculpture, or mixed media piece! An on-line auction (with but-it-now options) is live NOW at and ends in person at Location Gallery, 251 Bull Street from 6-8pm this Friday, May 20. Along with peacocks and Flannery visages, this year’s artwork will also have a twist on works and titles by O’ Connor. Participating artists include Stacie Jean Albano, Carmela Aliffi, Jamie Azevedo, Claire Barrett, Bob Christian, Julia Christian, Joy Dunigan, Tamara Garvey, Robin Johnson, Beth Logan, Leslie Lovell, Jennifer Nolan, Tiffany O’Brien, A.J. Perez, Peter E. Roberts, Matt Toole and more.

“When I was born, my great grandmother Ida crocheted a blanket for me. When she died, she was buried with a pillow I made for her…I pick up the stitch where my great grandmother left off.” Sulfur Studios’ dedicated P.R. Director, Samantha Mack, shows her MFA thesis exhibit, “Through A Kaleidoscope,” at Sulfur Studios, 2301 Bull Street, May 12-28. Catch her artist talk this Saturday, May 21 at 2 pm (in-person and simulcast via IG Live @sulfurstudios). Mack holds a BFA in Art from Carnegie Mellon University and will earn her MFA in Painting from SCAD this month. Her work hybridizes the generational tradition of crochet with painting, light, and film to investigate such concepts as time, cycles, and memories.

Image: Tiffany O’Brien’s “A Good Man is Hard To Find”

About The Author

Beth Logan

I am originally from Portrush, Northern Ireland, and emigrated to San Francisco after attending the University of Belfast. My photographer - and ex - husband brought us to Savannah, and it has been my passion to get to know and to be involved in the local art community ever since. I look forward to profiling artists,...
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