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Brian Larkin divides his time between Rhode Island and Provincetown, Massachusetts, where he exhibits regularly. Very active in the world of art in those locations, he finds his muse in both the city and by the sea. Larkin's work reveals his unique ability to fulfill the universal calling of the artist – to present a different point of view.

Brian Larkin is represented by Cortile Gallery centrally located at 230 Commercial St in Provincetown. Other representation was with Robyn Watson Gallery, Galleria Raffaello, Isolté Gallery and the Icon Gallery, all in Provincetown. His work is in several permanent collections including Provincetown's Fine Arts Center and Providence's Miriam Hospital. Many of his pieces are held in private collections throughout the United States, Europe, Australia and Japan.

Mr. Larkin currently teaches a course in the Provincetown White Line Print at The Providence Art Club that involves a cross cultural approach combining the literary and artistic endeavors of the seminal group of 1915 that included B.J.O. Nordfeldt, Eugene O’Neill, Jack Reed, Oliver Chaffee and Ada Gilmore among others. He has also given workshops at The Newport Art Museum under their visiting artist program. In addition to that, he still maintains a fairly active career as an organist and serves on the board of directors of Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies.

Contact Information

Brian Larkin
49 Roslyn Ave
Providence, RI 02908
(401) 272 8318