THE LOW COUNTRY:
FROM SAVANNAH TO CHARLESTON

PAINTINGS BY PRESTON RUSSELL

Preston Russell has been a painter, writer, and historian in Savannah for over thirty years; he was a founding member of Gallery 209 in the 1970's. In 1976, the French government chose three of Preston's works for the American Artists in Paris exhibit, part of France’s cultural salute to the American Bicentennial. His works are in homes throughout the nation, as well as southern museums. His recently published book, The Low Country: From Savannah to Charleston, is available, displaying eighty-five paintings which capture the mystique of this region.

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