Gallery Hopping with Closures


As Dividni Schostakovich pointed out in his blog, sadly several large galleries has been closed and are missed . Therefore I try to find interesting installations in smaller galleries.

Giovanna Cerise
 Aneli Abeyante, artist herself, has always a wide mixture of RL and SL artists in her gallery. The current show is especially interesting: Tani Thor, Solkide Auer, Giovanna Cerise, DB Bailey and Asperix Asp. Let's start with the highlight: Giovanna Cerise's installation 'Distortion' looks not only different from every angle, it changes the appearance of the visitors too. And they love walking through. Great work!

The builds of RL architect DB Bailey are always special and beautiful:, although they always look to me as trials for future builds.

DB Bailey

Solkide Auer
I could not get a good photo of Tani Thor's works, photos and 3 works. Nice as always, so just look for yourself. Wizardoz Chrome did a funny  photo of me in front of Tani's works. I wonder why other see the avatars sometimes laughing, despite I never use such animations. Does she has her secret own life???

But let me mention Asperix Asp too. As far as I got from from the note card, he quite succesful in RL with his digital paintings. An I can well imagine, if you have a close look on the displayed works you see the subtle beauty. They are very well done. But sorry, for me they don't work in SL.

Asterix Asp

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Gitu Aura, Lilyane Inshan, in Inaka and Alessa Rossini are presenting damned good SL photography in this small gallery.

And they have a sweet roof garden to relax.Worth a visit!

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It is time to say goodbye to two successful installations: Fiona Leitner's 'Best of Eye Candy'  will close on Sunday at Midnight.

Come and take the chance for a last view! Next Friday will open the "Art of Protest" contest. Still time for entrances ;)

William Weaver's build 010 is already gone as for major reconstructions in the sim.

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