Wurfi’s Little Gallery in Sansar

Big thanks to Inara Pey for this friendly article:

 

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Visiting Wurfi’s little Gallery with Silas Merlin

A while back, Linden Lab offered Sansar users a free, basic gallery building space. It’s not overly complex or particularly big; but it remains a nice freebie to have. At the time I thought it could make a neat little studio gallery for showing off SL photography; all it needed was the right artist.

Step forward Wurfi, virtual worlds explorer, blogger and photographer.

Wurfi has  – entirely independently of my own thoughts on the idea, which were never passed on to anyone – done just that. Wurfi’s Little Gallery is exactly what it says on the label: a little gallery exhibiting some of Wurfi’s SL photography; eight pieces in all (at the time of writing).

Wurfi’s Little Gallery: the bear in his art!

It’s a simple, elegant approach, the gallery sits essentially as a skybox, a spawn point inside, and the four…

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Exhibition: Charlie Namiboo

Two Art Exhibits

Two Art Exhibits at the Art'e Gallery in Second Life

The founders of Space 4 Art share the Art’e Gallery from 17th of Nov to 17th of Dec 2013. ChapTer Kronfeld presents a cross-section of his work in his unique style … Asmita Duranjaya shows a new collection of artistic experiments with forms, which can be parts of what is called a face.

Two Art Exhibits
(by Asmita Duranjaya and ChapTer Kronfeld)
Opening: Sunday, November 17th at 2pm SLT

Blog → Giri’s Blog
Location → Art’e Gallery

Lost Second Life

Lost Second Life - Dryland Gallery - Ziki Questi

Lost Second Life
(An Exhibition by Ziki Questi)
Opening: Tuesday, November 12th

Blog → Ziki’s Blog: Lost Second Life
Location → Dryland Gallery

See also Blog Posts by:

Apmel Ibbetson: Lost på Dryland
Eddi Haskell: Lost Second Life by Ziki Questi
Inara Pey: Ziki Questi’s “Lost Second Life”

Saudade

Saudade - Second Life

SAUDADE is the desire of something beautiful that by the time you realize you know that is ending. The two dancers are captured in the final moment of their tango. The couple is multiplied in its isolationto prolong indefinitely the time of pleasure and sadness. The physical and emotional tension brings them almost to crushing, but ready to begin again, in uncontrollable obsession.

Saudade
(An Exhibit by Giovanna Cerise)
Blog → Giovanna Cerise
Location → Art’e Gallery – East River