Roaming the city streets at night, you can’t help but be drawn in by sights like the one above, at an art gallery downtown near Congress street, (the restaurant and nightclub row of the historic district).
In a place of such beauty, it is only natural that artists would be drawn there. The two owners of Chroma Art Gallery on Barnard Street are no exception. Jan Clayton Pagratis and Lori Keith Robinson do paintings inspired by the lowcountry landscape of coastal Georgia and South Carolina.
If representational art is not your style, don’t worry. The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) has exhibition spaces all over town. The range of styles in those shows, is diverse and constantly changing. Other exhibitions are staged at the Jepson Center and the Telfair Museum.
These photos were taken in January of 2006 on our trip to Savannah Georgia. This grouping features our favorite art gallery in the city, Chroma Gallery in the historic district, and pictures from the Jepson Center For The Arts.
In our small featured photo above and in it’s larger version at the bottom of the page is shown a bright and colorful abstract landscape that is reminiscent of Cezanne’s Italian landscapes.