Howard Finster's evangelical, religious art has appeared in magazines, on record covers, and in museums, influencing artists all over the world. Beyond the thousands of pieces he crafted, Finster also created a unique recycled art garden and built environment in Summerville, GA, Paradise Gardens.
Join Dr. Diana McClintock, Associate Professor of Art History, and Kennesaw State University students as they discuss the preservation projects conducted at Paradise Gardens and the experience of working to save an artistic treasure. The event is free and open to the public, and will be hosted in the Athenaeum Gallery (2nd floor, Sturgis Library | 1000 Chastain Rd.). For more information, please visit www.kennesaw.edu/kingjamesbible.