Corsica Tourist Centre and Tea Garde – start of the CSC Art Trail A while back, and via Owl Dragonash, I received an invitation to explore (and possibly participate in) the Art Trail at Corsica South Coasters. While I have not directly participated, I did finally manage to get my bum and feet over to […]Art and a walk in Southern Corsica in Second Life — Inara Pey: Living in a Modemworld
UASL, September 2022: Roxksie Logan It was back to the ever-evolving United Artists of Second Life (UASL), the community “for artists … by artists”, for me at the start of the week to catch-up on a couple of art exhibitions there, both of which opened this month: the Art Walk and the respective work of […]An Art Walk + 3 in Second Life — Inara Pey: Living in a Modemworld
NovaOwl Gallery: Prins Hailing from Denmark, Prins (Skylog) has been active in Second Life for more than a decade; however, he has only recently gained an interest in Second Life photography (starting in December 2021) – and in a relatively short space of time, he has established himself as a highly visual artist and something […]The artist known as Prins in Second Life — Inara Pey: Living in a Modemworld
Second Life opened in 2003, and the artists’ scene has been growing in many ways. With mesh introduced in 2011, the 3d art creators have even more ways to express their creativity.
Second Life provides artists with a forum to create new forms of art. This art is often beyond the possibilities in real life due to physical constraints or high associated costs. So this virtual world Second Life has built up a large art community with many opportunities for artists to create and share their work.
“Second Life has created an environment where artists can display their works to an audience across the world. This has created an entire artistic culture where many residents display art in the museums, galleries and homes they can buy or build using Second Life’s powerful tools. Gallery openings even allow art patrons to “meet” and socialize with exhibiting artists and has even led to many real life sales.”Wikipedia
Regi Yifu has been in the virtual world of Second Life and creating since 2007.
Some of his current exhibits include:
Glastonbelli art Installation –
“Limitations are self-Imposed.“
GlastonBelli and Corsica South Coasters are delighted to introduce a colorful new art installation by Regi Yifu, entitled ‘Limitations Are Self-Imposed.’ Artists-In-Residence is invited to exhibit for six months. This exhibit runs through November 18, 2022
Featured on Second Life destinations Limitations are Self-Imposed is a very interactive and fun 3d build with a thought provoking theme. This exhibit was blogged by Inara Pey – Modem World and By Frank Atisso – Art Korner
Take a psychedelic trip and visit Regi’s work here.
WORMHOLE GALLERY by Regi Yifu at Artsville
This is inspired by a previous installation Regi did called Ant Farm; smaller in scale and more colorfully done, Wormhole is a psychedelic voyage through a tunnel featuring art by Sofi (bachi Cheng). the whole experience is interactive, with moving colors and a wild trip. Wormhole Gallery is exhibited atArtsville in Second Life. Artsville is an exciting collaboration between Art Korner and ValiumSL to promote creativity and artistic vision in Second Life.
TELEPORT to Wormhole Gallery
Recently SLEA, Second Life endowment for the arts announced Regi Yifu as the new SLEA coordinator.
With this new appointment, we can expect more great things and art collaboratives from Regi or fewer things; it is a big job, and I am sure he is up for the task.
Regi is also a popular DJ in Second Life.
Regi is talented in all worlds.
He recently released a cookbook and has some fantastic food photos on Instagram. You find out more about him and his book on his website here.
Seeing this talented artist’s work and projects is well with your time. They are fantastic and interactive; he also gives away fun toys to play with. Keep an eye out for Regi Yifu and visit his marketplace.
See you around the grid… Hoot
Have you heard about the Free Museum in Second Life? It’s awesome!
Haiku Quan has put together a great collection of art from some of the best artists in Second Life. I visited a few days ago and I was blown away. I went home with so many pieces that I need to build another sky tower to display them all.
The Free Museum is a great place to find a wide variety of art, and it’s all free! You’re encouraged to take as much as you want. So visit soon and enjoy being able to own copies of these talented artists’ work.
Haiku has made select Artwork accessible for everyone. All you have to do is visit and delight in being able to own copies of these talented Artists. The Free Museum is home to a variety of artworks, ranging from paintings to sculptures. I believe that there is something for everyone here, do take the time to explore and appreciate the talent of the artists on display.
“The museum is simply my gift to you, the people of Second Life who make this such a fascinating and provocative world. I hope you enjoy these works as much as I do, and that you’ll want to own more works by artists like these. “Haiku Quan
Currently, haiku is Featuring art by Alpha Auer, Amanda (aht1981), April (agleo. Runningbear), Awesome Fallen, Banshee Heartsong, blip mumfuzz, Bryn Oh, Caly (Calypso Applewhyte), CARELYNA, Chapichapo Delvalle, Cherry Manga, Cica Ghost, Corwyn Allen (the author of Sakura Memories), David Silence, Dragon (Dragonangelvs), elan (Ineffable Mote), Etamae, Eupalinos Ugajin, Eylinea Seabird, Gem Preiz, Guille (Antoronta), JadeYu Fhang, Kayly Iali, Mareea Farrasco, Melusina Parkin, Milena Carbone (mylena1992), MorliM (Morlita Quan), Nekonuko Nakamori, Nessuno Myoo, Sabine Mortenwold (Sabie), Sheba Blitz, Stephen Venkman (Venk), Thus Yootz, Traci Ultsch,. Xia Chieng,Xirana (Xirana Oximoxi) and Zia Branner.
These talented artists share their art in many ways in second life and you can get a piece free at The Free Museum. Each art piece comes with a folder including the artist’s bio and other gallery locations. Haiku’s idea is to make art free for everyone and to encourage supporting these artists’ works in their other locations too.
The Free Museum in Second Life is a great gift to all those who visit. Home to some of the best artists in Second Life, the museum is a great way to enrich your virtual world with beautiful and inspiring works of art. So take the time to visit the free museum today and enjoy all that it has to offer!
See you around the grid
Hoot ~ Owl