Megan's Bay Estate
St. Thomas VI
One of three walls.
Best compliment, came from two Iguanas, trying to eat the flowers.
Author - Artist
A Journey Through Art
Interview with the artist Savanna Redman
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Hummingbird Oil on Canvas 4'x5'
Fine Art Original Paintings and Prints
Gods and Boats
Inspired by ancient Mayan and Egyptian artwork.
Jaguars, Toucans, Hummingbirds, Orchids, Dolphins, Turtles...
Caribbean, U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Gulf of Thailand, Ambergris Caye and Belize mainland.
Welcome. Here you'll find my fine art, one of a kind sculpted mosaic fountain masks and Giclee prints of my paintings, ink drawings, antique style nautical charts and maps.
I'm inspired by nature, wildlife, travel and ancient cultures; creating art while traveling and living in Honduras, Belize, Australia, Thailand, Egypt, and now the British Virgin Islands. Sign up for my newsletter and join me on Facebook and Twitter to follow the day to day fun.
Artist and author, may sound like an odd combination but like most creatives, my muse hand delivers inspiration to be modeled or hatched in several mediums. Some find their muse delivers music and poetry. Mine delivers stories in an image to paint or draw, like a scrap of film on the cutting room floor, via dreams and lucid daydreams. Each story comes with its own medium, paint, ink or sometimes sculpting in various media. And always, I’ve written creative stories along with the painting. But I didn’t take it serious, my paintings and ink drawings were my focus, until I moved to Mae Nam Thailand for a year and my box of art supplies took a solo tour of Asia. So with only my carry on and notebook in hand, words became my new creative medium. My first novel and short stories will be released in September. Sign up for my free newsletter for release date, previews, and more.
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.