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Britt Spencer has been pumping out drawings and other such nonsense for the better part of a decade. He is currently living in Savannah, GA. He plays disc golf poorly.
His work has been published internationally and earned recognition from the Society of Illustrators New York, the Society of Illustrators West, Communication Arts, New American Paintings and Art Prize's Juried Short List. He has had five solo exhibitions, Fireside Chats, Craft House, Art Prize, Grand Rapids, MI (2015), Marquis: Contez Fleurette, Blue Gallery, Lacoste, France (2014), Oddly Enough, in the Alexander Brest Museum, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL (2014), The Dagnabit!!! at Hall Street Gallery, in Savannah, GA (2011) and Mythillogical held at the distinguished Pinnacle Gallery also in Savannah, GA (2006). He has also been invited to participate in various group exhibitions including Pulp Art, at the Carnegie Center of Art in New Albany, IN (2017), Widowmaker, at Rally Ossignton, Toronto, CA (2015), Brilliant Optics at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Fort Wayne, Indiana (2013); Nesting, a Russian nesting doll show at A. Okay Gallery in Chicago (2009); Mr. Beast's Grand Opening at Mr. Beast in Savannah (2010); Cowboys and Indians at the R and R in Los Angeles (2011); and EARTH: Fragile Planet at the Society of Illustrators in New York (2010). In addition, Britt has won entry into various juried exhibitions including the Society of Illustrators Annual Show 58 & 54 (2016, 2012); Small Works at the Gutstein Gallery in Savannah (2010); and Society of Illustrators West Annual Show held at Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles (2009).
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Anybody in Savannah have a kiln? Trying to fire a few glazed tiles.