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Trapezoid Studio - Narrows Center
Narragansett Bay
Trapezoid Studio at the Narrows Center for the Arts houses two artists working in visual media. Sheila Oliveira is a photographer whose work finds inspiration in both the natural world and the manmade. Her work resists categorization, encompassing subjects as diverse as the human nude, city skylines, modern architectural shapes and natural landscapes and people she has encountered in her travels. Take a virtual look around and see if something doesn't catch your fancy.
Joan Briand is a fine art painter working in a variety of media and subject matter. Her work includes landscapes, still lifes and finds inspiration in many corners of the world, natural and synthetic. This tour unfortunately doesn't do justice to her work for the simple reason that we shot it from near the front of the studio where Sheila resides with her photography. You may have to journey down to the Narrows to really see it in person. Call 508.243.5428 for a viewing.
Fair Journey,
Brian Shriver
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Copyright: Christopher Blake
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14668x7334
Taken: 11/04/2009
Uploaded: 13/04/2009
Updated: 01/03/2015


Tags: fine art painting; narrows center; trapezoid studio; briand; oliveira; photography; resident artist
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