Lowcountry Savannah Artists and Galleries
Barbara Archer Gallery
Barbara Archer Gallery Savannah, in a charming brownstone near Forsyth Park, is open by appointment and spotlights Savannah self-taught artists as well as highlights from the Atlanta gallery.
Location: 306 E Huntingdon St, Savannah, GA
Phone: (912) 341-8369
An Artist's Gallery overlooking Ellis Square.
Address: 33 Barnard Street
Phone: (912) 201-0304
Glass Studio Stained Glass Art on Tybee Island.
Location: Mary Ingalls Studio, Tybee Island, GA
Phone: (912) 786-4060
Pamella's passion for color and design shine through in her watercolor renderings of Savannah's historical architecture.
Location: 309 West St. Julian St, Franklin Ward South #10 Upstairs, Savannah, GA
Ray Ellis Gallery
Located in Savannah's historic district, plan to visit this fine gallery on our next trip to Savannah.
205 West Congress St, Savannah, GA
Savannah College of Art and Design web site with a variety of scheduled exhibitions at different venues.
Tiffani Taylor Art
Nature is a cathedral where Divinity speaks in moments of beauty and inspiration.
Tiffani Taylor transforms these moments into rich, textured paintings and original pottery. Lush and vibrant, Tiffani’s art is a tribute to things the eye cannot see: the journey of life; inner beauty; feelings of gratitude, reverence, and appreciation.
Location: 11 Whitaker Street
Phone: (912) 507-7860
AT Hun Art Gallery
The A.T. Hun Gallery, "where the brush is mightier than the sword". Savannah's best outrageous Art Gallery.
Location: 302 W St. Julian St, Savannah, GA
Phone: (912) 233-2060
Beautifully handcrafted jewelry by local, regional, national and international artisans. Now representing over 35 different artistans, We are known for our great selection and great prices. Come see!
Location: 150 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA
Daufuskie Island Art - Metal sculptures by Chase Allen
Combining welding, blacksmithing and self-invented techniques, Chase creates unique metal sculptures that capture the beauty of true island life.
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