Upstate to Lowcountry: Art and History
Friday - March 29, 2013
About This Show
In this episode of Walter Edgar's Journal we travel from the Upstate to the Lowcountry.
Somehow, over the course of a successful, 40-year career as an Upstate attorney, Tim Greaves found time to pursue his dream of becoming an artist. Greaves began art studies in 1994, working with a number of nationally-known artists. His paintings, include portraits, landscapes of all types, cityscapes, beach and hunting scenes, though, agruably his favorite work is to render the people and land of South Carolina's Lowcoutnry. Greaves, now retired from the practice of law, joins Dr. Edgar to talk about making his art a second career.
Then, Dr. Edgar talks with Alan Stello, Director of The Powder Magazine, in Charleston, S.C. The magazine is the oldest public building in the Carolinas, celebrating its three-hundredth birthday in 2013!