Greenwood Capital Unveils New Downtown Location, Art CollectionNov 07, 2017 12:30PM ● By Emily Stevenson
Greenwood Capital announced the grand opening of its new facility in downtown Greenville, located at 201 West McBee Ave., Suite 300. The expansion provides a beautiful space for Greenwood Capital to serve clients in Greenville and the surrounding areas.
“The Greenwood Capital team is elated to be expanding in size with this new location” said Walter Todd, President of Greenwood Capital. “The accessibility of this building gives the company an abundance of opportunities to connect with new clients and make an impact throughout the Upstate region.”
Greenwood Capital celebrated with an Open House and reveal of the Greenwood Capital Art Collection on Wednesday, October 25th with esteemed members of the community, including representatives from the Metropolitan Arts Council (MAC) of Greenville and local artists featured in the collection. The investment advisory firm has a storied history of supporting the arts in Greenville and many Upstate communities, particularly the work of visual artists who capture local details in unique ways.
“Greenwood Capital has a proven track record of supporting the visual arts communities” says Alan Etheridge, Executive Director of the Metropolitan Arts Council. “Works of local artists are prominent throughout their locations, and the company’s leadership recognizes the important role the arts have in business and in the quality of life for employees and customers. MAC is very pleased to partner with this corporation for the third time in the past few years, and we look forward to continuing to raise the profile of local artists in partnership with Greenwood Capital.”
The collection at Greenwood Capital’s new location celebrates Greenville’s myriad land- and cityscapes, capturing beloved landmarks such as Liberty Bridge, Main Street, and River Place. This new collection represents a community of talented artists including Chris Bruner, Patricia Crandall, Vladimir Demidovich, Danielle Fontaine, Diane Hopkins Hughs, Russel Jewell, Nivya Kuriakose, Mark Mulfinger, Ellis Tukarski, and Dan Williams, and a variety of mediums and methods, from traditional watercolor, acrylic, and oil paintings, to fine art photography and batik tapestry.
“It’s an honor to have “Evening at the Liberty Bridge” included in the new Greenwood Capital collection,” said Patricia Crandall. “My work reflects our changing community recognizing and remembering Greenville’s landmarks current and past. It is a privilege to see my art in the context of this newly renovated space, seeing old become new again.”
The new facility is the result of combined efforts by local architecture and design teams to craft a truly Upstate-made space for the Greenwood Capital team and clients. SHLTR, led by Chesley White and Tara Hile and Young Office System’s Julia Honshell and Alita Webster collaborated on the architecture and design of the space. Greenwood Capital partnered with Creative Builders as their general contractor.
“We were privileged to work with the team from Greenwood Capital on their new facility at McBee. The staff is passionate about what they do and confident in how they perform,” says Julia Honshell, Workplace Advisor and Designer with Young Office in Greenville. “Young Office has enjoyed a several-year-long relationship with Greenwood Capital, and we look forward to partnering with them on future projects!”
To learn more about Greenwood Capital, visit http://www.greenwoodcapital.com