Savannah Gallery

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Thanks for stopping by www.savannahgallery.com 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 savannahgalleryanguilla@gmail.com 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.

Jolimeau sculpture

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I absolutely adore the strangeness of this wonderful Serge Jolimeau (Haiti, b. 1952) sculpture. Made from industrial steel waste, it is classically him, with human and animal figures merging and melding. It measures 21 x 28″.

Untitled (Horse and River)

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by Henri Robert Bresil

Haiti, 1952 – 1999

Acrlic on canvas, 48 x 36″

by Fernand Pierre

Haiti, 1919 -2002

acrylic on canvas

47 x 35″

Lagoon

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By Francis Eck

Oil on canvas

25 x 39″

Homage

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by Shastri Maharaj

(Trinidad, b. 1953)

18 x 24″, acrylic on canvas

“Nature Board – Fish”

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by Victor Hempel

6 x 27 x 1 1/2″

“Fresco Flyers”

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by Kim Workman

Gyotaku based painting

18 x 24:

Jenga

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Kim Workman

“Jenga”

16 x 28″ (framed size)

Woven wire

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The proverb “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” has never been truer than with these new wire heart sculptures by Victor Hempel. Only Victor could look at downed power lines from Hurricane Irma, and wonder what was underneath their black sheath. A rainbow of colour, of course!

“Spotty Blue”

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By Victor Hempel

Painted balsa

22″