• Meet Joy Dunigan: ‘I live my life in the arts’

    by Georgene Brazer, Local columnist for Bryan Co. NewsUpdated: Mar 25, 2021, 10:15 AM This week, I write about Joy Dunigan, a talented loc...
  • Join us in Welcoming Antoine de Villiers to Kobo Gallery

    Antoine de Villiers is originally from Potchefstroom, a small town in the northern part of South Africa. She started studying Graphic Communicatio...
  • Daniel E. Smith Stages at J. Costello Gallery

    Daniel E. Smith will be showcasing his abstract and architectural work including paintings from most of his 25 years of making art in Savannah GA. This show, “Stages”, will be from May 11th to June 15th at J. Costello Gallery in Hilton Head Island South Carolina. All work will be for sale. 
  • Burson, Dunigan and Hartman To Be Featured in Savannopoly, April 23rd

    Savannapoly is an upcoming art show fundraiser benefitting the Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity, hosted by the Location Gallery & Austin Hill Realty (251 Bull Street, Savannah, GA) on Friday, April 23rd from 6-8 p.m.
  • Kobo Welcomes Morgan Adler

    Morgan Adler (‘94, Cleveland, OH) received a B.F.A. in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2018. She has exhibited nation...
  • An Invincible Spring Forecasted for Kobo Gallery

      After what has been a long Winter season, Kobo Gallery looks forward to an Invincible Spring—a time of rebirth, rejuvenation, and perseveranc...
  • Dana Richardson finds inspiration in French realism for Starland Mural addition

    Kobo Gallery member Dana Richardson’s amazing 2-d work hangs brilliantly on the walls at 33 Barnard Street, but did you know she is also quite the accomplished mural artist? With stunning completed pieces featured at the Jepson Center for the Arts, the Savannah Morning News recently shed more light about her recent participation in the Starland Mural Project / Fence Art Project.

  • Kobo Gallery Ends 2020 on a High Note with Substantial Donation to Savannah/Chatham CASA

    Kobo Gallery has officially wrapped up its annual holiday fundraising initiative, in which it is extremely proud to announce it has made a donation of over $1,200 to Savannah/Chatham CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). Savannah/Chatham CASA recruits and trains volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children who have experienced abuse and neglect.