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Max Greiner Jr.  Marks 35 Years in the Art Business

Max and Sherry GreinerMax Greiner, Jr., whose artwork has been a staple at NRB Conventions for a number of years, is celebrating 35 years in the art business.

“Believe it or not, in May of 1978, Sherry and I started our family art business,” says Greiner. “Now, 35 years later, we are still making art and trying to use our God-given talents, gifts, and resources to bring glory and souls to Jesus Christ.”

Today, Greiner’s art is in all 50 states and in more than 65 countries. His work includes drawings, paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and fine art gifts.

Greiner’s sculptures also appear in The Coming King Sculpture Prayer Garden in Kerrville, TX, which he says he was called to create back in 2001.

Though still under construction, the garden in Kerrville has been visited by thousands from across the nation and around the world. It is also one of many that Greiner hopes to create across the U.S. and around the world “to bring glory and souls to Jesus Christ.”

"Max is a blessing to NRB and to the Christian community," remarked NRB President & CEO Dr. Frank Wright. "I congratulate him on the 35 years he’s devoted to using the gifts and talents God has given him, and for his faithfulness to the Lord's calling."

In recognition of the anniversary, Greiner is offering a 35% discount on featured “Fisher of Men” items. More information on the sale, which ends June 16, and the Greiners’ story is available at www.maxgreinerart.com.

PHOTO ABOVE: Sherry and Max Greiner.

Published: June 6, 2013

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