Here are the art galleries, exhibits to see in Savannah GA this week

Looking for art in the Savannah area? Go no further. Here’s our list of exhibitions,

Looking for art in the Savannah area? Go no further. Here’s our list of exhibitions, galleries and museums. 

Savannah artist Juliana Lupacchino (julujulu.com) has completed a mural on the exterior of the Oglethorpe Building at the King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort on St. Simons Island. The 2017 SCAD graduate explored both pattern development and material exploration. With a passion for color, she uses patterns and finger painting to express joy, a key element throughout all her work. Juliana uses color, shape, and scale to create her abstract and adventurous art. 

Complimenting the classic Mediterranean architecture in which the property was designed, the mural adds to the resort’s bright and fun atmosphere.

Outdoor mural on St. Simons Island by Juliana Lupacchino.

Gallery Listings

Submit your event at [email protected] Published online. Events printed in chronological order as space allows. Info at 912-652-0365, leave a message. Art shows practice COVID restrictions with face masks and social distancing.

Carrie Christian & Caroline Daruna: Aug. 1-Aug. 31; JEA, 5111 Abercorn St.; 5-7 p.m. Aug. 26 gallery reception. Christian is a local artist and art instructor. Working in a variety of materials and mediums, her latest show is inspired by family; the beautiful, chaotic, and enduring love that exists within a family. Daruna is a mixed media artist and writer. Her work investigates edges, confluence and emergence.

Art by Caroline Daruna.

“Out of the Mouths of Madness”: artist Maxx Feist at The Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave.; 7 a.m.-5 p.m. daily July 21-Sept. 14; reception 5-7 p.m. Aug. 6, artist talk to follow; sulfurstudios.org. Maxx Feist paints monsters of all kinds. They evolve from a place of crippling social anxiety, mental anguish, great fear, great beauty, love, and an overload of caffeine. These monsters swim in a smorgasbord of geometric shapes and colors – pink is a necessity. Juxtaposing both the bright and the dark, Maxx hopes to bring some needed relief in these especially challenging times.

Poster of art show with Maxx Feist art.

Call for Entry information for “Simulacra,” a fall national juried art exhibition on display in the main gallery at Sulfur Studios from Sept. 2-19. Entries due by 11:59 p.m. Aug. 6. An ARTS Southeast and Sulfur Studios presentation. More information at sulfurstudios.org.

Historic Savannah Foundation (HSF) is launching its fourth annual summer photo contest via social media through July 31.The contest poses the question: What is your favorite historic building or place in Savannah and surrounding Chatham County?