Inara Pey a virtual Wonder!

Inara Pey has influenced myself and many of her readers views of Second Life with her blog – Living In a Modem World. She has been publishing since 2007.

“Within these pages you’ll find a mix of news, reviews, commentary and opinion – all presented from my own perspective”

Inara Pey’s blog

Through her blogging she has taken photos of many regions in Second Life and her photography is wonderful!

Inara Pey  is currently exhibiting

“One if by Land, Two if by Water”

at Hoot Suite Art Gallery through May 15th

“One if by Land Two if by Water, an admitted play on Longfellow’s poem, Paul Revere’s Ride. People might want to read something into this, and that is their prerogative “

Inara Pey

I Love Inara’s photography she snaps photos of regions she blogs. Many of her photos have encouraged me to visit these builds and see the beauty first hand.

Midnight in Paris
Midnight in Paris – Inara. Pey

Between her words and photography Inara depicts a varied view of Second Life and its inhabitants as well as keeping us informed on Linden Lab happenings, viewers, some planes, boats and space.

IMAGOLand April 2021
IMAGOLand April 2021 – Inara Pey

In many ways Inara’s perspective has shaped my Second Life. I would be so less informed and visited so many less places. Inara’s strength and ability to do so much in Sl defiantly influenced my ability to do what I do in SL. Although she is always busy she seems to squeeze a lot into a day, seeing and doing everything!

Inara is someone I admire very much! 

“ Virtual explorer & peripheral visionary (I see the future, but only way off to the side). Music, astronomy, space flight, sci-fi, Second Life, books, films.”

Inara’s Twitter bio
Frogmore - March 2021
Frogmore – Inara Pey

Do read Inara Pey – Living In A Modem world

Go see her exhibit at Hoot Suite Art Gallery

You can also find Inara’s photography at 

Phoenix Artists Collaboration 

More info on “PAC” here.

Campbell Coast Artists Village

More info on Campbell Coast here

Thank you! see you in Second life!

Hoot ~owl

Shameless self-promotion in Second Life

Iam so thrilled to have Inara Pey @ Hoot suite!!!

Inara Pey: Living in a Modemworld

Hoot Suite Gallery: One if by Land, Two if by Water

The reality of this post is that it is a piece of shameless self-promotion,  something I actually try not to engage in, lest my ego gets out of the biscuit tin I try to keep it in and starts running around yapping for attention…

Towards the end of 2020 Owl Dragonash very kindly invited me to exhibit some of my blog images at her Hoot Suite Gallery in Bellisseria. It’s not the first time I’ve been asked to exhibit my work – but each time I am, I feel a mix of emotions – notably nervousness and a feeling that it’s not really something for me; as I’ve often – and genuinely  – note I don’t consider myself anywhere close to being any kind of artist. However, Owl is a good friend and someone I admire tremendously, so I…

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Featured Exhibit : Charlie Namiboo at Eulennest Art Gallery

I am really enjoying the writing on Art Korner!

Art Korner

This exhibition of Charlie Namiboo’s portraits is housed at an incredible location – a gallery in the midst of nature on a picturesque island.

Eulennest Art Gallery is truly one of the most beautiful galleries I have been to. Literally translating to “Owl’s Nest“, it is set on a rather scenic, small island. We enter this compact but most pleasant gallery through an open-air restaurant overlooking the sea.

Most of Charlie Namiboo’s works that are showcased here are composed in black-and-white. In only a few of them, subtle hints and traces of specific colors have been used with great effect to enhance the tone of the image.

One of the biggest challenges in working without colors is that you have nothing to fall back on. Everything rests on your composition and the ability to evoke various moods using contrast. Charlie does this rather beautifully by bringing out even…

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Charlie’s reflections at Eulennest in Second Life

Inara Pey: Living in a Modemworld

Eulennest Art Gallery: Charlie Namiboo

I first became acquainted with Charlie Namiboo as a result of her involvement in the (long since retired) Frisland region, which I had the pleasure of documenting in these pages on a number of occasions in 2015 / 2016.

Back then we did joke that we had something in common: she referred to herself a the Typo Queen, and I had a habit of wearing a tag that read Kween of Tpyoland. However, and to my shame, it was only later that I became familiar with her work as an extremely talented photographer. So, it’s with a great deal of pleasure that I’m able to write about her latest exhibition of work, which opened at the start of April at Kitten Mills’ Eulennest Art Gallery.

Well, so you asked me about my reasons why I started taking pictures. I guess, it was the…

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Talking Over “Things” with Traci Ultsch

Traci interviewed bt Art. Korner!

Art Korner

Traci Ultsch gets candid as she talks about her latest exhibition “Things” with Dido Haas; she also opens up about her struggles with identity and how they have inspired and influenced her art.

“Can our life be summed up by the things we own?”

This was the question that got artists Traci Ultsch and Dido Haas thinking about which things in their life could be considered an inherent part of them. This talk sparked the creation of an incredible exhibition “Things” which is displayed at Dido’s Part of the Nitroglobus Gallery. It consists of eight brilliant works of art – four each by Dido and Traci.

“Dido and I try to do an extra exhibit each month”, says Traci, as we get talking. “We are close friends, and its always nice to work with her. She frees me up a bit and we bounce ideas off each other…

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