Centre Stage, Greenville, SC - One man Photo/Art Show - January 17th through March 6th, 2020

The Metropolitan Arts Council, in conjunction with the Centre Stage, provides exhibit space for fledgling artists in Upstate South Carolina.  Last spring I was honored to be asked to exhibit.  The opening reception was held on Friday evening, January 17th, 2020, when approximately 150 people enjoyed the wine and cheese party.  I thank both the Council and the Centre Stage for the opportunity to exhibit and participate in the dynamic arts community in the Upstate.  I also thank Gene Taylor for taking all of the “people” photos in this blog.

Create a Collage

Framing several prints of matted bonsai trees in wooden frames, and arranging them in a collage, yields a “Bonsai Forest”, an attractive decoration for home or office.  Here the prints (not including the frames) are 12” x 12”, with the collage having an overall dimension of approximately 53” x 34”.  Content and configurations are only limited by one’s imagination and space available.  So let’s be creative! 

Local Business, Vehicle, and Office Murals

HUGE images make EYE CATCHING statements! 

(Click on an image.)  

Greenfield’s Bagels and Deli displays three murals of David’s scenes of Greenville’s Reedy River at it’s main location:  101 Verdae Boulevard.  Come and enjoy the murals, while savoring freshly made bagels and deli treats. 

A 99” x 208” (HUGE) mural of Greenville’s Reedy River, taken from the South Main Street bridge, looking upstream, adorns the main lobby of a local office.

Irises and Black Eyed Susans, from David’s wife’s garden, brighten Greater Greenville Sanitation District’s recycling trucks.  The trucks are “Mobile Art Galleries”, seen regularly throughout Greenville.  Who says trash and garbage trucks must be dirty and smelly? 

Using Format