Savannah Schroll Guz

Savannah Schroll Guz



About the Artist

Savannah Schroll Guz was born in York, Pennsylvania, in the mid-1970s. Her work has illustrated many books and literary journals, including Folio, Box Car Poetry Review, the Boiler, Your Impossible Voice, Wild Woman Rising, Meat for Tea, and Gravel Magazine. Her work is in private collections from NYC to San Diego and has been shown (or is slated to appear) in wonderful places, like Weirton’s Summit Art Gallery; York, Pennsylvania’s HIVE artspace, Creative York, and The Parliament Arts Organization; Pittsburgh’s Future Tenant,and Pittsburgh Glass Center; Minneapolis’ Light Grey Art Lab; Rochester’s RoCo; and Hudson, New York’s Limner Gallery. In August 2018, her solo exhibition, Oracles, Criminals, Mythical Beasts, opened at the Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles, Missouri. Also a metalsmith and artisan jeweler, Guz offers her wearable creations at York’s HIVE artspace; Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s Black Sheep Everything; East Berlin, Pennsylvania’s Wisteria Ridge; and at the Hanover Area Arts Guild, where she is a member. While Savannah currently lives in Weirton, West Virginia, with her husband Michael Guz (who is also her collaborator, sounding board, and general logistics man) and their two dogs, Freddy and Otto, she and her family are planning to return to the York area in the near future. See what’s happening in her studio at:


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