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.

Zemi view

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Took this pic yesterday, while at the penthouse suite at Zemi Beach on Shoal Bay East. The beauty of Anguilla continues to dazzle me, even after all these years.

Absolute beauty

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I was truly struck at how beautiful Road Bay looked this morning. So peaceful, though it won’t be long until the harbour fills up with boats of all kind.

Anguilla Library Service

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Kudos to the staff of the Anguilla Library for this important display. Makes one greatful for our blessings of freedom, which not everybody on the planet shares.

More Thuleaus

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To me, it’s the depiction of shadows which make Thuleaus work so distinctive – the combination in a painting of the tangible and the unseen. These are both giclee prints on canvas part of the exhibition coming soon. I’ll post pics of the new oils as soon as they arrive!

I’m very pleased to be hosting an exhibition of Paul Elliott Thuleau large giclee prints, as well as recent oils this winter. Here are some images to whet your appetite.

Lula to the rescue

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My wonderful Island dog is also an eco-warrior. To that end, he has re-purposed the top of a laundry basket washed up on the shore, to the BEST toy ever.

There’s been so much news lately about plastics in the ocean, so leave it to the talented sculptor Victor Hempel to haul some out, and recycle it into these quite beautiful “Rope Fibre Fish”. The texture you see on the bodies of these fish is the plastic ropes one sees floating in the ocean, or washed up on the shores, but chopped finely. Other bits of plastic along with string and sand complete these fishies.

Michele Lavalette

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Gallery deep-clean continued today, and I landed up emptying the racks, dusting all the works, and generally spiffing up that part of the gallery. A delightful surprise awaited me, as I came across this particularly fine painting by Michele Lavalette. It’s a small gem titled “Pomme au torchon”, or Apple with kitchen cloth.

Francis Eck

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Enjoying my usual September, closed, but in daily to putter, clean and selectively rehang. I’ve just rehung the Francis Eck room, and was struck by how lovely these two, “Balade Ocean” and “Joi de Vivre” look together.

Rendezvous Bay today

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Just back from a walk and swim on Rendezvous Bay. I’ll let the pics do the talking.