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.
SCAD Museum of Art
A contemporary art and design museum conceived and designed expressly to enrich the educational milieu of SCAD students and professors, and to attract and delight visitors from around the world. A year-round program of exhibitions, installations, performances and museum programs and events.
Wayne Chambers Gallery
Wayne has studied fine art throughout his life, including life drawing, oil painting, and composition at the New York Art Students League. His style has been nurtured from the experience of famous painters and teachers. In June 2000, Wayne relocated to Savannah. 305 W. Bryan 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.
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 [...]
Tybee Island Light Station & Tybee Museum
The Tybee Island Light Station is one of America’s most intact having all of its historic support buildings on its five-acre site. Rebuilt several times the current lightstation displays its 1916 day mark with 178 stairs.