Drop by the Lowenstein Building on White Street in Rock Hill to enjoy the new Vernon Grant Commemorative Exhibit. Supported by a grant from the Women's Art Initiative, the exhibit commemorates the life and career of renowned American illustrator and longtime Rock Hill resident, Vernon Grant. The exhibit highlights Grant’s professional career as an illustrator and commercial artist from the 1920s through the 1970s. His artistic legacy and civic contributions are also represented by framed reproduction prints.
Comprised of pieces from the Culture & Heritage Museum's collection, the exhibit displays old favorites, including the inspiration for the Come-See-Me Festival, Grant’s ChristmasVille stylized Santa, and unreleased artwork.
Images include the Vernon Grant Committee, members of the Women's Art Initiative Board, and Chip and Cindy Grant.