It was a lovely day in Savannah.  Slightly chilly, but warm in the sun.  First we stopped in the Jepson Center to see the Modern Masters, The Art of Kahlil Gibran, and The South Beheld.  I didn’t care too much for the modern exhibit, but too be fair, it’s not my favorite style of art to begin with.  I did find that I enjoyed the portraits of Nathan Oliveira.

Two portraits, on display in the Modern Master exhibit.

I much preferred the works of Kahlil Gibran and was very excited by the art of Southern, self-taught artists.

A very “Blakeian” figure drawing by Gilbran, and a linocut print from Anna Taylor

We had a great brunch at Molly MacPherson’s (the first day they have offered brunch), which is all decked out for Christmas.

We discovered a great new store on Broughton Street called Fab’rik.  They have unique clothes and very reasonable prices.  They are also have it set up brilliantly.  The second floor is a “man cave”  for all the boyfriends and husbands to hang out while their women shop.  They even have refreshing beverages!

I can safely say I will be shopping here often.  Then it was off to an old favorite – Paris Market

A quick stop at Leopold’s for some Sugar Plum Fairy ice cream rounded out a lovely afternoon in downtown Savannah.