Artist Nathan Greene To Unveil Masterpiece Tomorrow

Nathan Greene

Nathan Greene

Southwestern Adventist University is proud to host An Evening with Artist Nathan Greene tomorrow evening. Greene will unveil his latest masterpiece called Living Waters at 6:30 p.m. followed by a lecture presented by the artist at 7 p.m.

Greene grew up in Michigan and attended Chicago’s historic American Academy of Art. Greene’s inspiration to become an artist can be traced to his admiration for artists like Harry Anderson, Hayden Sundbloom and Tom Lovell. As one of the most well-known Seventh-day Adventist artists of his generation, he uses his artistic talent and powerful paintings to touch the lives of others.

The event is free to anyone, including community residents who just want to witness some of Greene’s most amazing paintings. The ceremony will be held in the Pechero Hall on the Southwestern Adventist University campus.

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