Olga King & Savannah White Art Show

by - January 11, 2019

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Olga King & Savannah White Art Show
Open Friday, January 25 from 6-8pm and Saturday, January 26 from 10am-1pm
Crosstown Arts
430 N Cleveland

Olga King and Savannah White unite in a duo art show Sink Into A Dream which will be held at 430 N. Cleveland on Friday, January 25, and Saturday, January 26.

Olga King, a native of Russia who has made Memphis home for several years, is well known for jewelry making and painting. Formerly married to a world-roaming photojournalist and herself traveling annually on excursions to find gem stones, King brings experience and world views to her paintings which vary between representational still life and ethereal personas.

Savannah Jewell White expresses her creativity in many ways – fashion modeling, event planning, and painting being three. Her paintings are particularly influenced by travel and she has done quite a bit, from Europe to the Far East, Milan to Mt. Fuji. The fluidity and vivid styling in her paintings hints at a life on the go; this is immediately verified when you meet her.

The show title references Travelling by 19th century romantic poet William Wordsworth, and takes double meaning in both an imbued sense of place for the traveler and the sometimes mystical, sometimes whimsical, always lively traits seen in the work of both artists. The pair of well-traveled painters will hold this duo, pop up show in the old Crosstown Gallery space east of Cleveland.

The show produced and curated by Ken Hall will be open from 6-8 pm on Friday and from 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday.

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