Welcome a stunning ocean scene into your home with this original painting by Sam Allerton Green. Sam has spent over a decade working in Galleries and Museums, engulfing himself in all kinds of artistic communities. He has been an artist in residence at The Creative Alliance at the Patterson in Baltimore, MD, and the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT.
Original oil painting on linen by Sam Allerton Green.
The Gamm Theatre is known for thought-provoking productions that draw from classics as well as new works exploring the social concerns of our time. Enjoy an entire season of theater at their new location in Warwick with a two-ticket subscription to all 5 of their 2020-2021 performances. Special thanks to Tony Estrella and all of The Gammers!
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If you share their belief that: "Anyone can create, and the act of creation introduces unique experiences and deep appreciation for art and craftsmanship," we have the package for you - a Weekend Welding Workshop!
The Steel Yard's historic campus is a platform for professional artists, makers and the community to practice and learn the industrial arts. The organization fosters creative and economic opportunities, by providing workspace, tools, training, and education while forging lasting links to a local tradition of craftsmanship.
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The Steel Yard
27 Sims Avenue, Providence
According to Oxford Cartographers, five thousand years of human history have brought us to the threshold of a new age. It is an age typified by science and technology, by the end of colonial domination, and by a growing awareness of the interdependence of all nations and all peoples. Such a moment in history demands that we look critically at our view of the world as portrayed by the World Map. Surprisingly, to a significant degree, this view is based on the work of cartographers from an age when Europe dominated and exploited the world.
Thanks to our friends at The Map Center, this framed Peters World Map is an Equal Area cylindrical projection with standard parallels at 45 degrees thus resulting in a distortion of shape which is stretched about the equator and squashed towards the poles, but having the great advantage that all countries are correct in size in relation to each other. Widely used in educational and business circles as an icon of the modern concept of world equality.