“Reach: Trees, Small Works by Various Artists” December 1st to December 23rd

Press Release

Original Encaustic Photograph by Deborah Llewellyn. Accessed Nov. 29, 2016

Location Gallery presents:

Opening night Reception is December 1st , 5-8 pm and part of the Downtown Design District’s Holiday Walk. As artwork is sold, it leaves with the purchaser for their gift-giving!

Gallery profits from show benefit Savannah Tree Foundation in their work to help Live Oak Public Libraries replant trees this winter.

About the Show: Whether the tree is wooden by nature, organizational or mathematical, the small works in this show by local Savannah artists will show a wide breadth of style, applications and narrative. Artists include Laura Adams, Stacie Jean Albano,Lyn Bonham, Lennie Ciliento, Christina Edwards, Nea Hanna, Deborah Llewellyn, Tobia Makover, Scarlett Manning, Rubi McGrory, Lara Neece, Preston Orr, Jennylyn Pawelski, Juliana Peloso, Peter E. Roberts, Daniel E. Smith, Shelley Smith, Bryan Stovall and Lisa D. Watson.

The Savannah Tree Foundation is a 33 year old not-for-profit urban and community forestry organization dedicated to preserving, protecting and planting canopy trees in Savannah and Chatham County, Georgia.

The Savannah Tree Foundation promotes, through direct action and education, an awareness of trees as vital environmental resources and an important part of our cultural heritage.