Twelve Artist Perspectives Of Savannah


Scenes of Savannah and the Low Country by Michael Troop, Lind Hollingsworth and ten other artists on exhibit in “Savannah Point of View” at Cultural Arts Gallery May 6 – 27, 2016.
Scenes of Savannah and the Low Country by Michael Troop, Lind Hollingsworth and ten other artists on exhibit in “Savannah Point of View” at Cultural Arts Gallery May 6 – 27, 2016.

Savannah Point of View features twelve artists that celebrate the local landscape of Savannah and the Low Country using a variety of creative mediums. The exhibition will be on display at the Cultural Arts Gallery May 6 – 27.

The exhibition includes thirty-one original works presented in photography, acrylics, oil pastel, mixed medium, wood and stoneware. The scenes are from Riverstreet, rooftops, barges, marsh sunsets and moonrises, Bonaventure, fountains, squares, the port and more.

Artists participating in this exhibition include: Alyssa Smith, Mary Beth Whitecotton, Lisa D. Watson, Vicki Weeks, Dan Kaufman, Michael S. Troop, Lind Hollingsworth, Andrea Rountree, Nancy Waterhouse Fisher, Peter Halpern, Mark Uzmann, and Ty Donaldson.

“As a child growing up on the edge of a Savannah marsh, I liked to visit the marsh at night,” says Andrea Rountree. “To me it was a soft and silent place of awe where an old gnarled cedar could acquire a mysterious presence and stars affirm the peace that connects all living things.”

An artists’ reception is set for May 6, from 6-9 p.m. in conjunction with Art March. Cultural Arts Gallery is located at 9 W. Henry St. Gallery hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Free off-street parking is available. For more information, visit www.savannahga.gov/ arts.


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