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That’s Sicky Nar Nar
What a name, Sicky Nar Nar, tongue and cheek for the ultimate nirvana of art, a combination of the phrase "That's sick" and "Narley" to be fused together to create the words, "Sicky Nar Nar".
What is Sicky Nar Nar?
The newest and most happening Art Venue in Savannah, its grand opening was on March 1, 2013 and they do not disappoint. They are upbeat, positive, and unique.
"We want our art fanatics to leave saying that was Sicky Nar Nar" says the founders of Sicky Nar Nar, Andy Price and Logan Crable—SCAD Graduates—and with the interior help from Chloe Cryan—a soon to be SCAD graduate. The name is so catchy it makes people think twice about what it could mean, and it causes people to ask questions, which is something you always want people to do when viewing art. An interest must be established first and then the rest will follow. Sicky Nar Nar wants to provide high caliber art to everyone who has the interest and passion.
Sicky Nar Narwas invented on the beaches of Costa Rica when Andy and Logan were surfing up the waves in scenery that conjures up nothing, but beauty and inspiration. Their friendship brought them together and the idea blossomed like any well cared for flower. Their goal is to become an incubator for all types of art medium in an open, comfortable, and welcoming environment.
The logos for Sicky Nar Nar was inspired by Tribal, Egyptian, and African works of art that give off a pattern and a significantly aged to ripen effect, that is so charming to their new establishment. They also offer really awesome T-shirts on a website that makes all these cool drawings available—sickynarnar.com.
Not only have Andy and Logan created a new word but they have also created a new standard for the art scene by having everyone bring their work up a level, to the level of Sicky Nar Nar.
Sicky Nar Nar has nowhere to go, but up! They are looking to branch out and be a beacon of light to every medium, every artist, and everything under the Art World Sun.
Sicky Nar Nar is also planning to incorporate a coffee shop in the art venue, as well as Yoga! Starting April 3, 2013 they will be starting Ashtanga Yoga, a very serious and hardcore form of Yoga that was started and practiced in India. Once they get the introduction up and running they will soon allow walk-ins, which is a very fun idea for all the many Yoga lovers.
The Sicky Nar Nar Gallery, 125 West Duffy Street, Savannah, GA
Barnard x Duffy
Written by: Amber Dyson