While Bill Frist was the Senate Majority Leader, a lithograph of a Greene painting hung in his office. A Greene painting hangs in the office of the US Senate chaplain Barry Black. The evangelical television show It Is Written uses a Greene portrait of Jesus in its opening credits.
Greene grew up in Michigan and attended Chicago’s American Academy of Art. In his early years he did painting and illustrations for Christianity Today, Tyndale House, Focus on the Family, National Wildlife Federation, and NASA.
In 2009, Greene was commissioned to create the “I Was Hungry” painting for the Versacare Corporation. 
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