Savannah Gallery of Contemporary Caribbean Art
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Canadian Frank Costin has opened the Savannah Gallery in The Valley in November, 1996. He features water colors, oils and prints of tropical scenes by local artists such as Marj Morani, Charlie Connor, Jo-Anne Hill Saunders, Tanya Clark, and Rose Sasso (fantastic bags crafted of bamboo, raffia, coconut), plus artists that Frank has discovered in Haiti and Jamaica.
Savannah Gallery is in a historical building up Coronation Avenue toward Koal Keel and Crocus Hill. Previously, Clifton James had his computer business in this building (he has moved to above the Cable TV office in Old Ta). Frank has painted and redecorated the 100 year old structure to make it an efficient gallery, while retaining its historic qualities (very low doorways!).
The gallery has a very interesting web site where you can see and actually order many of the works that they display. Telephone: (264) 497 2263. Fax: (264) 497 4017. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Haitin Tin Work. Anguilla is lucky to have so many artists and galleries. For example, the Savannah Gallery mounted a new show in November 1996 of contemporary Haitian Tin Work and they have scheduled a Caribbean Crafts Show for December 6-24th, 1996, with more shows to follow.
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|Copyright 1997. Bob Green|