Savannah Schroll Guz is a mixed-media artist who was born in York, Pennsylvania, in the mid-1970s. Her work has illustrated books and literary journals, including Folio, American University’s literary journal; Box Car Poetry Review; The Boiler; Your Impossible Voice; Wild Woman Rising; Meat for Tea; Gravel Magazine; Glass Mountain; and Jenny Mag, Youngstown State University’s literary journal.
Her work is in private collections from NYC to San Diego and has been shown (or is slated to appear) in Wellsburg, West Virginia's Martha's Gallery; York, Pennsylvania’s HIVE artspace, Creative York, The Parliament Arts Organization, and Marketview Arts; Weirton, West Virginia’s Summit Gallery; Pittsburgh’s Future Tenant, GalleriE CHIZ, 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 in the Ameristar Gallery at the Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles, Missouri.
Representing the state of West Virginia, Savannah is one of 36 artists selected to create a stripe for Her Flag, a collaboration with artist Marilyn Artus to commemorate the centenary of the 19th Amendment. Savannah's stripe design will be sewn to the 18' x 26' flag on June 11, 2020, in Charleston, West Virginia.
Savannah lives in Weirton, West Virginia, with her husband and collaborator Michael Guz and their dogs Otto and Pepper. She works at the Weirton Area Museum and Cultural Center.
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