A Portrait of Greenville
Friday - March 05, 2010
About This Show
How do people see the place where they live and work; and how do others from the outside see it? An upcoming exhibition at the Greenville County Museum of Art explores these questions.
Martha Severens, Curator at the Museum, joins Dr. Edgar to talk about A Portrait of Greenville, which will showcase a broad variety of work that has Greenville as the subject. It will include the Joshua Shaw painting of the Reedy River, some antebellum-era portraits by Thomas Stephen Powell, photographs by Tommy Wyche of greater Greenville County, watercolors by Stephen Scott Young, and some recently commissioned work by artists from Augusta, New York, Philadelphia, and Greenville.