The Hospice Savannah Art Gallery is located at 1352 Eisenhower Drive, Savannah and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. A percentage of sales benefit our unreimbursed programs and services.New work by local artists is featured every quarter. A volunteer committee meets each November to decide on shows for the following year. Click here for information about showing your work. If you have further questions, please contact Beth Logan.
Paintings by Larry Levow and students through December 31, 2017
Lawrence Levow is primarily a self-taught artist whose education and career were in the design field. As an award wining industrial designer, he created hundreds of products, packages and corporate logotypes for major American and foreign firms including Westinghouse, General Electric, Revlon, Bristol-Myers, Grumman, and JCPenney. Upon retiring to Savannah, Larry served as a faculty advisor and instructor at SCAD before leaving to pursue his love of painting in oils and pastels. He has had numerous one-man shows over the past 20 years and last showed at the Hospice Savannah Art Gallery in 2005 as part of Coastal Antiques and Art’s annual feature “5 to Collect.” His work was selected along with that of Meryl Truett, Monica Lynn James, Betsy Cain and the recently deceased Allen Fireall.
Larry teaches group classes in his home studio and has just returned from instructing a week-long plein air class in Montecatini Alto, Italy. In this current show, he is joined by students Henry and Suzanne Croci, Ron Fagin, Bobbie Kraft, Rhondda Netherton, Margie Sone, Mike Spitler and Gail Quinn. Their work will hang through the end of the year.
Paintings by Lind Hollingsworth and Mary Ellen McLaughlin. January through March, 2018
Join local painters, friends, and Hospice Savannah volunteers Lind and Mary Ellen during their opening reception on Thursday, January 11, 2018 between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Lind Hollingsworth graduated from Auburn with a degree in Architectural Interior Design and from GSU with a Masters in Art Education. The founder of the Art School in Savannah, Lind currently teaches at the Studio School. She works in mixed media, striving to capture the character of both the southeast’s flora and fauna and man-made structures through “relief” paintings which incorporate clay, collage, photo transfers, found objects and paint. Her work is included in the permanent collections of Memorial Health and St. Joseph’s Hospital in Savannah.
Mary Ellen McLaughlin is a native of Syracuse, New York and studied Fine Art at Munson-Williams-Proctor in Utica, New York and Fine Art and Graphic Arts & Design at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. She will display still life pieces in her unique, exquisitely realistic style. Mary Ellen is a Signature Member of both the Georgia Watercolor Society and the Southern Watercolor Society and has been accepted into the NYC Salmagundi Club’s annual non member’s exhibit.
The show will hang throughout the first quarter of the year and, as always, a portion of sales will help provide the many extra services and programs offered by not-for-profit Hospice Savannah. Additionally, Mary Ellen and Lind have each generously donated a small painting to be raffled off on the night of their opening.
Additionally, mark your calendar for the 2018 Annual Art and Artisans tour benefiting Arts Resource Collective and Hospice Savannah This premiere art event will occur on the evening of Thursday, February 9, 2018.