Igielka’s work has a fantasy feel to it invoking depths of misty moors and Icey magic. Making me feel the swirling mist and hear an Incantation, perhaps to help the Icy Princess from her shattered frozen frame.
ɈᵾSŦɨȻe’s exhibited Art has a sensual quality to it. The wistful look in the portrait’s eye suggests a touch of sadness as does the back of the woman walking on water into the dark. What emotional depths lurk inside.
Maaddi’s works share a fall vibe with October moving in. The repeat images containing crows give me the impression of spiritual or emotional change. Since the images have 2 crows n them I believe the change will be positive.
ღßrαŧღ’s exhibit evokes passion. Her work though shown small in size is worth zooming in on. The use of red and the “who dun it” piece suggest seedy though the Angel suggests saving grace. Obvousy a complex artist.
Vinnie Acoustic Rhapsody is an accomplished very talented Musician who plays in his Real Life as well as Second Life.
Vinnie’s originals are a reflection of his life and experiences sharing a glimpse of the man’s soul. Acoustic goodness, with current favorites to Classic Rock, Pop songs….plus ORIGINALS. Be prepared to be completely entertained! Winner of the Avi choice for Favorite Acoustic and Original songs. Vinnie always delivers great music, thoughtful originals, lots of laughs and all around fun!
Please Join Us Wednesday September 2nd for these two amazing Men and experience their Talented work!
“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” — T.S. Elliot
This exhibit shares interesting and daring creative flow. Some photos seem a glimpse of a dream, a concept, or artistic Play. Each piece brings to mind bits of stories with out overwhelm leaving your mind to wander and create your own narrative. Reya defianetly has a designers eye, her composure and lighting are stellar. I thoroughly enjoyed getting lost viewing this art exhibit today. Reya is a beautifully creative Artist and Designer.
“I Like Chalk And weird music, and the paranormal, and BACON, and chocolate, and the word ‘and’. Soft things, hard things, squishy things–like grits. I have bad days, but 99% of the time I am happy! I get the giggles a lot, but will never say “/me giggles”–ever. I’m easy going, but not easy. Challenge me. Kittens. Puppies. Sharks. Jawbreakers. Chainsaws.”
from Reya Darkstone‘s profile
Reya is a jeweler in second life, she owns and creates the jewelry designs at Rise Design Jewelry & Accessories.
I went to see her jewelry as well and was very impressed, she definitely has an eye for color and form. I treated myself to a gorgeous necklace called Arrivo.
Nitroglobus Roof Gallery curated by Dido Haas always has incredible exhibits. This Gallery belongs on you’re must see list.
“A form of anxiety, disorder; claustrophobia is defined as an irrational fear of small, confined spaces. The feeling of being trapped, with no way to escape, can lead to panic attacks. Approximately 10% of the population is affected by this mental disorder. Why I have chosen claustrophobia as theme for this exhibition? Because we live, these days, in a confined, pandemic universe of our own, and we are all more or less “claustrophobic”, even without suffering from this disorder in our normal, healthy lives. This exhibition is my metaphoric way to express those feelings, trying to rationalize them, in order to make them endurable.”
Mareea’ Farrasco’s description of the exhibit from Dido’s notecard at Nitroglobus Roof Gallery..
This exhibit defiantly hits home during these pandemic times, each piece draws your eye and mind in, You can feel the energy.