Savannah Ralph is a native to Greenville, SC and known for their illustrative and expressive figurative works. Ralph works in her own style—a mix of realism, surrealism, and illustration—and pushes the limits of traditional art using unexpected materials and surfaces. The media in which they prefer to work are acrylic and oil paint, charcoal, pencil, mixed media, and digital art. Ralph is drawn to capturing people and experiences using expressive brushstrokes and a colorful palette. The content of her work displays their passion for equality, social justice, and the human form. Ralph is inspired by their personal experiences and the experiences of others. They value representation and inclusivity, often depicting people of color, women, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. Ralph attended the Fine Arts Center and Greenville Technical College for visual arts, but remains mostly self-taught. From 2020-21, Ralph was a Brandon Fellow at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts where she continues to work as a studio artist and an art instructor.