Jonathan Green sees the world in a way that is uniquely his own. Though his paintings are contemporary studies of people and events, they are inspired by his childhood in the Sea Islands off South Carolina’s Atlantic coast. the Gullah culture there, with its enduring traditions of farming and fishing, reverberates in Jonathan Green’s paintings today.
“Images of my people are not readily available. I wanted to be able to show to the youth of today and tomorrow that there is a culture. This is your culture, and I will paint it for you, keeping in mind humanity, love, and respect.”
Each figurine is made in a hand cast resin material, a relatively trouble free material that should be cared for much like porcelain.
This figurine should be dusted regularly, usinf a light touch and soft clean brush (like a water color brush) used only for dusting figurines. If the piece is kept dust free, cleaning is not required.
The piece can be wiped gently with a damp cotton ball or soft cloth. Detergents will harm paint and metal finishes and should not be used on the resin. Air dry in a safe place before storage.
Display your fine collectible in a safe place, away from direct sunlight to prevent fading. Do not crowd fine art or collectibles when displaying. This is a primary cause of breakage.
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Greenville, South Carolina 29601