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Posted by:Jun 25th 2003, 01:53:16 pm
Richard PDoes Briland brush Strokes have a website? I would like to purchase some artwork from them, but cannot find any infomation online
Posted by:Jun 23rd 2003, 04:12:36 pm
KimberlyNow that we've caught your attention ... yes, Dr. Seabreeze will be one of the dozens of artists, musicians, storytellers and craftsmen taking part in this weekend's Briland ArtsWalk Show, No. 3.

Meet you down sea on Saturday, all day, at the Briland ArtsWalk 2003:

Participating Eleuthera and Briland artisans include painters and craftsmen Dorothy & Nell Rahming, Iris Lewis, George Bullard, Austin Mullin of the Harbour Island All-Age School, Karen Goodfellow, Angela Stewart, Lathesia Oliver, Rebecca Cartwright, Eva Thompson, Gregston Oliver, Barbara Melot, Natasha Arthur, Maxcene Johnson & Ersley Gibbons, Ann Glucksman, Jack Higgs, Obie Goodmen, Kenicka Collins, and Charlie Strachan; musical stylings from vocalist Ithalia Johnson; Corporal H. Pinder and the Boys Brigade Band; and a delicious Taste of Briland coordinated by Georgina Whitfield of Briland Brushstrokes Café.

The art show runs 10-5:00p on Bay Street in front of The Landing, and proceeds benefit the Briland Modem Fund community computer centers on Eleuthera and Harbour Island.

For more information on how to participate, contact Iris Lews at Shells & Tings, e-mail irislewis@coralwave … or

Thanks again to our generous sponsors ... and we'll see you on Bay Street!

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