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Jonathan Green: "Paint what you know"

Jonathan Green: "Paint what you know"

The Lowcountry's premiere painter of Gullah and Geechee life gives us a picture of his artistic visi

Brittani Howell

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    The Averitt Center has scored big with its latest artist exhibition. It features the work of Jonathan Green, a painter out of South Carolina’s ... [Read More]

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