Savannah Gallery

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Thanks for stopping by for a visit.  The Gallery has enjoyed a web presence for over a decade now, and although often overlooked through the years, we promise to keep our new site fresh and interesting, with new works uploaded at the same time they are hung on the Gallery’s walls.

Please don’t hesitate to email or call (264) 476-2263 to request additional photos of specific artists’ works, detail photos of works on the site, or information relating to these artists.  Drop a note to say hello – it’s always my pleasure to touch base.

After a 3-year absence from Anguilla, Victor Hempel, the sailing sculptor has returned to our fair shores, bringing with him an exquisite collection of his “Nature Boards”. Victor spent a great deal of time surfing in Panama, and these sculptures are created with Nispero wood, a beautiful hardwood indigenous to Central America.

New Haitian Metal sculptures

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EXQUISITE new metal sculptures by Haitian artist Jean Mikerson have arrived in the gallery. A unique twist to this unique art form – the birds and sea critters are sculptures unto themselves, welded on the backgrounds, rsised about an inch off the surface. I love them…

Kim Workman dazzles

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Every once in a while, I just need to sit back, and let the creations of the gallerys’ artists do all the talking.


Jean-Pierre Bernard

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Feeling lucky to have come across and acquired a quite lovely collection of Jean-Pierre Bernard sculptures. The artist is Haitian, and these pieces date from circa mid-1980s, when the sculptors there were cutting their designs out, but not adding the texture we know so well today. They’re all small, under a foot in each dimension, and superb value for holiday giving.

English Rose

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People in the gallery are frequently asking me where to get authentic Anguillian food. Well, a few places around the Island come to mind, none more so than English Rose, a wonderful spot tucked right in the center of The Valley. Today’s sumptuous dinner is stew pork, macaroni pie, mashed potatoes, and mixed veggies. Oh, a little extra sauce from the stew on the mashed please? Awesome value! One problem. I’m not the only one who knows when good food is on the table….

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Coralita Vine

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Antigonon leptopus. according to our WikiFriends. The abundant rains, and very warm weather have spawned an outrageously gorgeous blooming of Coralita Vine. It completely disappeared during the drought, but now circles the gallery in glorious garlands of pink. Augie’s plopped herself in the middle of it – see if you can’t pick her out from the crowd…

I’m absolutely delighted to welcome the Haitian artist Jean Mikerson, and his superb metal sculptures to the gallery. Both the masks, and his animals are original and strong!

Michele Lavalette

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I was asked to send pics of Michele Lavalette’s paintings last week, and was stuck (once again) by how beautiful they are. This particular painting “Looking Good and Proud” is exquisite. Michele really set the bar for galleries on Anguilla. Thank you ML!

Tropical Storm Isaac is crossing the Island chain as we speak, about 150 miles south of Anguilla. I’ve been watching the sea, and it is indeed starting to rock and roll. Last night, Lucy, bless her at 15, was strolling beside what I thought was a quiet sea. We ran into Jackson, our neighbor’s terrier puppy on the way home, and Lula and he cavorted a bit, while Lucy and I had a Zen moment. The sea was much rougher this morning, but still not nuts. I’ll check it out again during our sunset dog-walk.


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A very good day to count your blessings.