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Savanna Redman at beach painting.
I've been following the equator these last 30 or so years, admittedly with a bit of a wobble; finding my imagination strongest when I’m surrounded by wildlife, between the 18 degrees north and the 18 degrees south mark.

Photo by Dan O’Connor

2014 American Art Awards


“Guardian Of Resting Souls”   4x5' Oil on canvas.


“Caribbean Morning”  22x30" Watercolor.

"Congratulations! Savanna, you have won / placed in the categories of the 2014 American Art Awards listed above! 25 galleries voted! Artists in 51 countries competed!"

It's nice to receive those emails.

Living in the Caribbean I don't compete often. Occasionally, I'll do a solo or group shows locally, or enter an online competition.

Watercolor: Caribbean Morning. This is how I like to start my day; with her playing, talking, begging me to come in the sea.
Oil painting of a dolphin from a dream, after spending days diving with them. In this dream a dolphin was protecting souls.
A Journey Through Art

March 5th, 2013  in Lifestyle

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. ... 

Art & Soul

Interview by Rum Therapy
February 13, 2013

Dionysus sailing with dolphins hand-painted. It's hard to love the sea and not love mythology..

We’ve learned so much and had such fun writing articles for our series “Making Your Tropical Obsession Your Profession” due in a big part to the interesting folks that we’ve been privileged to meet and write about. Our friend Susan at The Limin’ House on Tortola emailed us recently to tell us about an amazing artist on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands that certainly fit the MO for making her tropical obsession her profession, so we contacted this artist to ask about her story.  What we learned is that she is a total free spirit, follows her heart, is extremely talented and gets to live and work on beautiful Tortola!

1. Please tell us a little about yourself.

Beach Lizard Studio

Beach Lizard Studio Cartoon: Old Gecko at the beach bar
Beach Lizard Studio Cartoon: Lizard resting in hammock

My cartoons were available in a line of postcards, tee-shirts, coasters, and other gift items that could be customized for gift shops.

Some of the most popular and fun items will soon be available to the public. 

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Beach Lizard Studio Cartoon: Female skull and crossbones with quote

For now, redirects here. It is currently on hold until my business is re-established in the States. Drop me a line if you are interested in what I have available or what's to come.  Contact

I enjoyed creating fun cartoons with the vibe of island life. 


My line of sculpted and wax cast silver jewelry is on hold until I have my business back up and running in the States.  

Savanna Redman's sterling silver pendants
'Rain' sterling silver tree frog pendant by Savanna Redman

You can see more of my sculpted pieces here.

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Book-contemporary_masters-V1. Book of contemporary artists. Savanna Redman: page-317

Savanna Redman has been selected by curator Despina Tunberg to participate in the International Contemporary Masters VI, and the exhibit at the Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Arts in Las Vegas in September 2013. She will also be included in the Dictionary of Artists "which represents the greatest volume of talent ever organized in a convenient directory."

The books have been presented at the Red Dot Miami during the Art Basel, and are available at Barns & Noble and through Amazon.

International Contemporary Masters VI
Available on Amazon
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