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Tom Flowers and family share passion for art in new exhibit

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Tom Flowers, now 90, enjoyed a 30-year teaching career at Furman University, his alma mater. Photo by Will Crooks/Community Journals. Used with permission.

Furman University’s new exhibit, “Lineage: Tom Flowers and Family,” will honor one of its alumni and previous art professors of 30 years. The exhibit not only honors Tom Flowers and his lifetime of work with Furman, but also six of his family members from three generations who have chosen to pursue creative paths and follow in the Flowers footsteps. Sara Pearce of Greenville Journal has the story.

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