Jonathan Green - 1955 - Noted art critics and reviewers consider Jonathan Green one of the most important painters of the southern experience. His work, which has been exhibited in major venues nationally and internationally, reflects an intrinsic sense of history and place.
Reynier Llanes - Cuban Born 1985 – is a professionally educated artist from Pinar del Rio, Cuba, residing in Charleston, South Carolina and holds the position of Artist in Residence with Jonathan Green Studios in Daniel Island, SC. This masterful landscape and portrait artist uses the mediums of oils and unique uses of Cuban espresso coffee on canvas and archival paper to capture the essence of cross-cultural environments, people, traditions, and belief systems.
American Born 1940 -- Fine art ceramic works by Willie Leftwich in the Jonathan Green Art Collection reflect stoneware by an outstanding potter that awakens in its collector a respect for the power of the soul and an ever present spirit.
American Born 1915 - 2008 Dorothy McCray has been a professional painter for the past 70 years and is a master of both acrylic and oil paintings along with fine art printmaking. Her painting and printmaking styles range from representational to abstract expressionism.
William S. Carter (1909-1996) was a nationally recognized and awarded artist, who lived on Chicago's southside for most of his life. Carter was a master of all painting mediums and contributed extensively to the African-American art culture of Chicago.
Irene Clark 1927- 1984 Born in Washington, DC., Clark was both a painter and a designer. Her career as a recognized artist began in 1939 in Chicago during the Works Progress Administration (WPA) period of the Great Depression. Later, Clark painted her incredible designs on wooden furniture for the Marshall Fields Company.