Join us for The Loft’s debut Salon Show! Open to the public! The Loft is Savannah’s newest gallery, run by artists for artists. stop in and check us out! enjoy the art and the Rose’. The Loft is located at 318 W Broughton St. And shares the store front with Fab’rik! See you there!
Alexander Collective presents it’s 3rd Annual Salon Show!
With tons of work from undergraduate and graduate painters this show, as always, represents an awesome mixture of work from SCAD's painting department.
Reception Satruday May 10, 6-9pm at Fab'rik on Broughton Street. Stop in Saturday night, talk with the creators, maybe pick up an original for mom… as usual it's a very limited run, so tell everyone and make it part of your art marching schedule!
read more about the event and the Alexander Collective in this weeks Savannah’s Connect
Anthropocene is an art exhibit about how humans have profoundly affected the landscape of the earth since the Industrial Revolution. Has the manner in which artists depict the landscape changed? If so, why? This exhibit showcases artists’ observations and rendering of the landscape and explores the rational for the artist’s choices of subject, style, materials and methods. A wide range of contemporary renditions of the landscape are explored (from idealized to realistic to abstract).
Exhibition Opening Reception: May 10 from 5 to 9 pm
Exhibition Dates May 4 - 26, 2019
A fast reimagining of exit unlikely . 32.069250, -81.095642 (savannah, GA) for SCAD’s 38th Sidewalk Arts Festival .
'YOU ARE HERE | EXIT UNLIKELY' on view at Alexander Hall from October 5-21 . Reception October 19, 6-8pm ..
SCAD presents "YOU ARE HERE | EXIT UNLIKELY |,” an M.F.A. thesis exhibition by Patricia K. Hecht. The artist’s thesis work considers architecture and mapping as modes to explore the intersections of political, social or historical structures that are intrinsically tied to identities of persons inhabiting various spaces. Hecht creates two-dimensional works through carefully drawn, straight black line, playing with the tension between an overall abstract image, and a sense of movement, through the variation of line weight.
These abstracted paintings are sourced from public images of floor plans, urban sites, or aerial views of roads which the artist reconfigures and repeats into dense, impenetrable patterns, orienting viewers not in the logic of planned spaces, but rather a dizzying maze without exit.
exit unlikely . 32.069250, -81.095642 (savannah, GA)
2018 | acrylic and pen on panel | 48” x 42”