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A window to fashion - Connect

While “Fashion’s Night Out” on Sept. 8 is an international event involving dozens of cities from New York to Seoul, some Savannah artists are doing the best they can to put a local imprint on it…

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Stencil for gold seal on “How…” Tomochichi portrait. 
-DrZ

Stencil for gold seal on “How…” Tomochichi portrait.
-DrZ

Juliette Gordon Low
K.Walker

Juliette Gordon Low

K.Walker

Robyn Reeder by HEBERMEHL

Robyn Reeder by HEBERMEHL

savannah windows: ALEX SOTO statement

Personal discovery and relationships guide the work of Alex Soto.  His careful exploration of what we “know” is re-ordered and re-discovered through his reflections on Savannah, its artists and for this project, the Pulitzer prize winning poet Conrad Aiken and SCAD's president Paula Wallace.

savannah windows: KATHERINE SANDOZ statement

All the visionaries who live and work in our city enlighten, amuse, instruct and inspire. They do so in manner that lasts forever.  

Katherine Sandoz studies in mixed media SCAD's president Paula Wallace (with Alex Soto), couture designer April Johnston, writer Flannery O’Connor and author Adam Davies as their highly personal, definitively unique and enthusiastic vision for their work and for this city electrify and delight.

savannah windows: JOSE’ RAY statement

Jose Ray soars under the radar to scope out and depict the quieter, lesser known cultural supporters and educators that inhabit our city;  SCAD's fashion professor Anthony Scott Miller, Soap on a Rope's Brady King, and Muse Arts Warehouse's JinHi Soucy Rand.  Their kindness, down-to-earth dispositions and their “work about town” inspires Ray’s creative flight.

Ray offers this heartfelt sentiment, “It is people like these that make me want to live in Savannah and, in fact, to continue my work as a ‘Savannah Artist’.”

A window to fashion - Connect

While “Fashion’s Night Out” on Sept. 8 is an international event involving dozens of cities from New York to Seoul, some Savannah artists are doing the best they can to put a local imprint on it…

View Full Article

Stencil for gold seal on “How…” Tomochichi portrait. 
-DrZ

Stencil for gold seal on “How…” Tomochichi portrait.
-DrZ

Juliette Gordon Low
K.Walker

Juliette Gordon Low

K.Walker

Robyn Reeder by HEBERMEHL

Robyn Reeder by HEBERMEHL

savannah windows: ALEX SOTO statement

Personal discovery and relationships guide the work of Alex Soto.  His careful exploration of what we “know” is re-ordered and re-discovered through his reflections on Savannah, its artists and for this project, the Pulitzer prize winning poet Conrad Aiken and SCAD's president Paula Wallace.

savannah windows: KATHERINE SANDOZ statement

All the visionaries who live and work in our city enlighten, amuse, instruct and inspire. They do so in manner that lasts forever.  

Katherine Sandoz studies in mixed media SCAD's president Paula Wallace (with Alex Soto), couture designer April Johnston, writer Flannery O’Connor and author Adam Davies as their highly personal, definitively unique and enthusiastic vision for their work and for this city electrify and delight.

savannah windows: JOSE’ RAY statement

Jose Ray soars under the radar to scope out and depict the quieter, lesser known cultural supporters and educators that inhabit our city;  SCAD's fashion professor Anthony Scott Miller, Soap on a Rope's Brady King, and Muse Arts Warehouse's JinHi Soucy Rand.  Their kindness, down-to-earth dispositions and their “work about town” inspires Ray’s creative flight.

Ray offers this heartfelt sentiment, “It is people like these that make me want to live in Savannah and, in fact, to continue my work as a ‘Savannah Artist’.”

savannah windows: KAY WOLFERSPERGER statement
savannah windows: ALEX SOTO statement
savannah windows: KATHERINE SANDOZ statement
savannah windows: JOSE’ RAY statement

About:

Savannah Windows is an ongoing project with the goal of integrating local art with local business. Our current project revolves around Vogue magazine's Fashion Night Out on September 8, 2011. Our hometown of Savannah, GA was selected as a host for this global event. With the help of the Creative Coast, Savannah Windows has partnered with businesses and residents along York street and Broughton street to create window installations celebrating the rich cast of characters from Savannah's past and present.

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