Archive for May, 2010

I was walking down a corridor today, whistling away as I normally do. Five or ten works of art contemporary adorned the white walls and I stopped a few times to enjoy the modernist and traditionalist aspects of the pieces. I was in, of course, a corridor in one of the buildings at Savannah College […]


Living in Savannah certainly does have its plus points. We get the sun for most of the year, we get the quaintness of a historical city, untainted by modernism and we also get the annual Sand Arts Festival. Hundreds and hundreds of SCAD students set up at Tybee Beach early on and enjoyed a beautiful […]