Press & Media/Bio

Press and Media… ABEART in the News!

click the links below:

WYFF News 4 Coverage (SMP)

Charleston Post & Courier Article 

CYDC Gala Testimonial  (Youtube)

Spartanburg Herald Journal Article

ART program

Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce 

Chapman Cultural Artist To Follow

Crutchfield Gallery Exhibit


Ms. Savannah A. Lessington, President ABE ART LLC

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Savannah founded ABEART in 2014. Her vision for the company was to use art to enlighten and inspire, and bring quality services to the community. A native of Charleston SC, Ms. Lessington is a graduate of Charleston County School of the Arts. Savannah moved to Spartanburg in 2013, enrolled in the bachelor program at Converse College with a major in Art Therapy and Psychology. In 2015, Savannah then attended The University of South Carolina to receive a Master’s Degree in Marketing.

Upon graduating, Savannah relocated to Manhattan. Drawn by the cultural freedoms seemingly given to artists in the area, she felt as though this would be a place her artwork would be appreciated, and seen.

She is an active member in Spartanburg, Chelsea, Atlanta and Charleston County, a Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Member, Atlanta Black Commerce, AmeriCorps Member and an Ambassador for the Carolina Youth Development Center. Although her work now calls for much more International travel, Ms. Lessington still remains active in her hometown communities

At the age of 12 Nicole had decided within herself to become a successful artist, to positively change the world through art and creativity; her life goal has remained unwavering to this day .

Special thanks to:

Jodi Moore, Sterling Wragg, Roshonda N, Maggie Edwards, Jessica Bauguess, Makayla Gaines,Wynston, Kelly Newell , TRAPNOLIA,  Keyana Grimball, Anne  Cimballa, James Hazel

Savannah A. Lessington is a contemporary abstract artist located in Manhattan, New York

I like to think of my artwork as colorful expression. My goal through my art is to make people feel something. More often than not, I’m inviting the viewer into the way I perceive the world and how I’m affected or feeling at that moment. My paintings outline my feelings, experiences, and what I see as important or close to me. I’ve always been drawn to color and I like to place bright, bold colors together that you normally wouldn’t see.