July 27-Aug. 26, 2017
SCAD presents "On the Move," a juried sales exhibition featuring the work of SCAD students, alumni, faculty and staff, on display at Gutstein Gallery in Savannah, Georgia. The exhibition examines the theme of movement through explorations of travel, vacation, dance, migration and exercise.
The subject matter of Stephanie Howard's drawings is derived from a mythology she has developed specific to the Southern United States. Stories are created in her work with themes that mix together a highly potent dose of southern fiction and reality. It is Baptist, Voodoo, Cherokee, Shakespeare, Fairy Tale, Appalachia, Delta, Beauty Queen and Cottonmouth. She uses the medium of pen and ink to create labor intensive works on paper.
Eltringham is a painting professor, writer, musician, and practicing artist. His paintings have been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe. Recent exhibitions include: Commitment to Scenario, Heinz-Martin Weigand Gallery, Berlin Germany; Not Really: Fictive Narratives in Contemporary Art; Castle Gallery at the College of New Rochelle, New York; Gregory Eltringham/Leonid Sokhranski, SPAM Contemporary, Düsseldorf Germany
Noto's work has been acquired for the SCAD Permanent Collection from 2010 to the present. He was given the opportunity in 2011 to have his first solo show at The Richard Demato Gallery in Sag Harbor, New York titled "Natural Artifice." Noto has also exhibited with Galerie COA in Montreal at both SCOPE: New York and SCOPE: Miami. His work is now collected in Beijing, Bratislava, Florida, Georgia, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania and New York. In 2012 Noto received an M.F.A. from SCAD and remains as a working studio artist today.