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Celebrate the Holidays with Kobo Gallery, December 4

2022 has been a tremendous year for Kobo Gallery. There is so much to celebrate and reflect upon — being voted the Best Art Gallery in Savannah by Connect Savannah, commemorating our 15th Anniversary with a massive Perseverance art exhibit, welcoming new artists into the fold and proudly seeing new works find forever homes with some of our most supportive patrons. We are more grateful than you will ever know, so join us for our Holiday Opening happening Sunday, December 4 from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. We hope to see you there in partnership with our 2022 Holiday beneficiary Savannah Speech & Hearing.
Savannah Speech & Hearing Named Holiday Beneficiary

Each year during the holiday season, Kobo Gallery gives back to our community by selecting an organization that needs a little bit of charitable cheer. As artists, it's our social responsibility to support these do-good organizations and we can't think of another one finer that Savannah Speech & Hearing.

"Savannah Speech & Hearing has served our community since 1954 with a mission to provide access to comprehensive speech, hearing, language, and other therapeutic services that empower and transform lives," says Jenna Harcher, Outreach Coordinator. "We are so grateful for this holiday gift giving partnership with Kobo Gallery as it enables us to connect with more in our community who may be in need of our services."
by Nancy Boyd
Sterling, 14K Gold
by Gillian Trask Design
18k Yellow Gold with 2mm Diamond,
18k Yellow Gold Chain, 18"
by Susana Guerrero
Sterling and Keum Boo Gold
by Daniel E. Smith
30" x 30" Oil on Linen, Framed to 31.5" x 31.5"
by Dicky Stone
Painted Pear, Oglethorpe Live Oak Base
by Doris Grieder
22" Round fiber basket, driftwood and found objects
Kobo Artist News
New Abstract Edition Coming to Kobo, December 2022, Dunigan to be Featured at Superfine Savannah in 2023
Dunigan is set to introduce a brand new set of abstract, mixed media prints at Kobo in December. Seemingly cryptic double exposure photos, mixed with graphic shapes and layered with alternative paper selections, the Series is indicative of her work as a prolific graphic designer for more than 30 years, but also offers a closer look at the in-between of traditional photographic prints and her ongoing epoxy series.

Dunigan will be presenting at Superfine Art Fair Savannah. The event happens at The Clyde Venue in historic downtown on March 30-April 2, 2023. Joy is among 46 top emerging artists slated to exhibit.

“Superfine isn’t a traditional art fair.
Founded on the principles of inclusivity
and bringing art to communities who are often unwelcome or marginalized in the art world, the fairs are themed to be inclusive and fun for everyone."
Coming soon to Kobo Gallery:
Above: Mill Hill Palm, Below: Ogeechee Canna Lily
Marta McWhorter — Always Up to Something Wonderful
Every time we turn around Marta McWhorter is up to something wonderful. Her latest endeavor is pottery and ceramics. We just simply can't get enough of her delightful creativity, genuine skill and craftsmanship. Artists are always looking to explore new ideas, experiment with new mediums and discover what is next in the creative process. Marta is no different. When you have a moment stop in and checkout her amazing work. We like to think it culminates beautifully at Kobo Gallery.
Adler Introduces Bright, Brand New Abstracts at Kobo
Morgan Adler’s new series of abstract landscapes are now available at Kobo Gallery for the holiday season.These textured paintings come in a variety of sizes; from the perfect small gift for an art lover to a big and bold statement piece for your home. This series uses visual moments of fluidity, roughness, and luminosity to create a narrative of worlds that evoke feelings of wonder, exhilaration, isolation, and peace. Adler’s work presents landscape painting in a fresh and contemporary way, exploring the traditional genre’s historical context and its potential to convey our deepest emotions rather than nature alone.

by Morgan Adler
Acrylic and glass beads on panel,
5" x 7"
by Morgan Adler
Acrylic and molding paste
on panel, 5" x 7"
by Morgan Adler
Acrylic and molding paste
on panel, 5" x 7"
De Villier's The Space Within on View Through February '23
Antoine de Villiers’ new series, The Space Within will be featured in Kobo Gallery from now until February 28, 2023. The Series is a response to our isolation and the challenges resulting from the Covid pandemic as well as our longing for connection and intimacy. It also reflects on the space within our minds and thoughts as well as the space within the relationships some of us long for — spaces within our homes and work that changed over the last two years. On various levels we had to adapt as we faced geographical changes, isolation and absence of connection while relations with our families were often stressed with uncertainty.

(Original Oil Painting)
by Antoine de Villiers
48" x 30" x 1.5”
Original mixed media painting
(oil & graphite) on stretched canvas. Signed, wired & covered with archival satin varnish

The Eye Travels to Mexico with Teake Zuidema
THE DEAD ARE COMING. Kobo Gallery artist Teake Zuidema is in the streets of Oaxaca, the Dias de Muertos are almost here. For two days the separation between the living and the dead will be as transparent as it possibly can be. This little girl has found a high observation post to watch the events unfold. On November 1 and 2, the Mexicans pay respect to the family members and friends who already have left the here and now.

by David Kaminsky