Savanna Redman


Artist - Savanna Redman

Savanna Redman. Paintings, Prints, Hand-drawn Nautical Charts, Sculpture
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Yellow Trumpet Dreaming

Hummingbird Oil on Canvas  4'x5'
Fine Art Original Paintings and Prints

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Virgin Islands Nautical Chart
Mixed media original
In it's new home, a beautiful mega yacht's saloon.

Savanna Redman's artist paletteFull time artist, inspired by nature, wildlife and ancient cultures, I create in several mediums, and I write.

This website contains an eclectic mix of work: original sculptures, paintings, ink drawings, marine charts and maps (available as fine art prints or paintings on tile) and jewelry. Artwork I've created while traveling and living in Honduras, Belize, Australia, Thailand, Egypt, and now the BVI.

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My mark. My Logo.
A hieroglyph, I created as a note-to-self in my journals, is now on the back of the jewelry pieces as my designer logo. It is about personal growth and evolution of the journey.

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(print is on archival, Epson Enhanced Matte paper 20.4" x 16")
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A Journey Through Art

Story and photos by Dan O’Connor

Artist Savanna Redman would describe her wanderlust life and accompanying body of work as “ever-evolving.” The seasoned traveler has used worldly backdrops from almost every continent—and the alluring experiences therein—to navigate and influence her life to this point. Today, Savanna can be found on Tortola, where she uses the various inspiring environs to influence her canvases, and the soft sandy beaches as her makeshift studios. But tomorrow, it may be back to the rainforests of Belize, rice fields of Southeast Asia, or pyramids of Egypt. For this BVI artist, there is no boundary to inhibit her work.

I met with the Tortola resident at Nanny Cay Beach on a particularly pleasant Thursday in February. We sat under the shelter of Peg Legs’ outdoor beach bar and admired the lapping waves and sophisticated seascape that decorates Sir Francis Drake Channel. It’s peaceful moments like this that drive Savanna to create—be it an oil painting on a 4-by-6-foot canvas or a sterling pendant for a close friend. Her artistic mediums shift according to moods and influences. Asked how she’d describe her work, Savanna said, “Eclectic. I’m all over the place. My style is definite, according to the medium.”

Read more of the interview A Journey Through Art

Beautiful view today in the BVI
Always inspiring.

  Bananaquits and
Green-throated Carib Hummingbirds

Drinking sugar-water in Tortola, BVI.
The hummingbird poses beautifully near the end of this clip.