Both a realist and impressionist, Alber Seidl’s powerful and dynamic design is combined with gentle and delicate beauty that creates pieces that capture both the eye and the soul of his admirers. His musicians and marine images are the most popular and hang in homes and galleries worldwide. 312 W. St. Julian St., Franklin Ward Bldg., Upper Level.
Shopping in Savannah, GA
Shopping is truly a favorite pastime in Savannah. The charming stores, upscale boutiques, antique shops, and delightful markets nestled throughout historic Savannah reflect the city’s timeless appeal. From specialty stores and shopping malls to t-shirt shops and art galleries, you’re certain to find a treasure along the coast of Savannah, Georgia. Discover something for everyone on your shopping list in Georgia’s First City!
Savannah Featured Listings
Spartina 449 is an upscale women’s retail boutique, featuring locally-designed, linen and leather handbags, accessories, jewelry and more. Inspired by colorful Daufuskie Island, SC, and featured in fashion and lifestyle magazines such as Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, and Oprah, Spartina 449 will delight your appetite for great style and signature, Lowcountry appeal. Showcasing new collections each spring and fall, you’ll find satchels, wallets, shoulder bags, hipsters, travel cases, totes, scarves, charm jewelry and more.
City Market is a mixed-use project in the nation’s largest Historic District in downtown Savannah, Georgia. The rehabilitation of the four-block area began in 1985. The result is a physical facility that economically could not be replicated today. City Market has established itself as a destination for entertainment, dining, art and retail in downtown Savannah.
Award winning artist “painting the stories” that celebrate the unique persona of the Gullah-Geechee way of life and their influence on what we typically describe as “Southern Culture”. Visit Samantha at City Market, 309 W. St. Julian St., Studio One-A/Upstairs; Originals, Prints, Black Art dolls, handcrafted Gullah jewelry in beads and metalwork as well as the largest selection of Gullah Sweetgrass baskets in Savannah.
Much of Sue Gouse inspiration for her oil paintings comes from her travels, with special emphasis on the beach and the mountains. Sue believes life, along with her ability to paint, is a gift from God, and her palette reflects her love of beauty in vivid color. 309 W. St. Julian St.
Brushing Against Identity! Through portraiture, I explore the complex correlation between the personality of nature and the nature of personality. My paintings have been the featured décor in restaurants from Germany to Minneapolis, and more recently have been seen hanging in art galleries in Savannah and Atlanta. 309 W. St. Julian St., Studio FSU-7.
A shop of original artwork and handmade crafts from Lowcountry artisans: Lynette Burbage, Carlette Cormier, Carol Giles, Ann Glendenning, Dee Jackson, William Jones, Betty Kaiser, Isabelle Lussier-McLemore, Heather Petryk, Ken Pottorff, Harold Reeves, Terri Stasco, Gini Steele, Vicki Sumner, Anthony Troise, Melissa Yanachik. 223 West River St. Open Daily!
508 East River Street | 912-944-6100
309 Bull Street | 912-233-8858
204 East Bay Street | 912-443-9337
215 West Liberty Street | 912-238-2426
507 East River Street | 912-234-7737
309 & 315 W. St. Julian Street | 912-232-4903
206 East Bay Street | 912-232-4833
307 W. Bryan Street | 912-234-1001
407 E. River Street | 912-232-8612
23 East River Street | 912-234-6100
223 W. River Street | 912-236-7280
120 E. Bay Street | 912-231-2100
E. Shaver, bookseller
326 Bull Street | 912-234-7257
106 West Broughton Street | 912-231-0609
5901 Ogeechee Road | 912-927-4848
214 West Bryan Street, Suite 207 | 912-232-4903