Friday, March 23, 2018

Curei's Floating Gallery

By Deaflegacy

I met with Curei at Curei's Floating Gallery. "What inspired you to do the floating gallery?" I asked her. Curei answered, "I thought it would be really refreshing to create something that was very different and was not like the usual gallery, with little pictures hanging on walls."

Curei also said that the meditation place is so beautiful and peaceful.  She wanted the place to be a work of art in itself, even without considering the creative works hanging in the gallery. Curei's Floating Gallery has a wonderful and very original spiral fountain, as well as the strutting peacocks and the little model sail boats in the other pond. There is a hidden mystery object that I have yet to find.

Curei's Floating Gallery is a beautiful place, full of art and many wonderful things.  I have been to the floating gallery at least three times and have enjoyed each visit. I would urge people to go to Curei's Floating Gallery.  It is a good place to experience.

It's not just a good place to be, by the way. It's also a beautiful location, full of nature things like vines.  Everywhere you turn, you will see something from the nature itself.  That's why I definitely recommend Curei's Floating Gallery to people who are interested in visiting the places of nature. Meditation place is not a place to be easily forgotten.  You can go there to relax and meditate.

There are more to the story as well as there are arts at Curei's Floating Gallery.  They are in a spot, where arts are being displayed.  I would suggest you give this place a try. It is truly remarkable. Why don't you give Curei's Floating Gallery a try because it's full of beautiful nature and arts.

Curei's Floating Gallery is at


Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The Art of Sisi Biedermann

By Gemma Cleanslate

Sisi Biedermann shows her art in many places in Second Life. I have seen it over in Paris Metro and Starz gallery.  I went over to Whinlatter to see her latest exhibit. Sisi has been in Second Life since 2007 and says of her art,  “Back then I had just started painting with acrylics after a very long break where I raised my children and looked after my family and my work. Today I have been painting several hundred paintings since then and I still get a lot of inspiration from nature, Second Life and northern islands such as Faroe Islands and Iceland. In SL I started taking photos already in 2008, and has developed my style ever since. All this brings me to where I am today and I hope you will enjoy my pictures.”

I certainly do. This particular showing is of Wild Animals of SL. Some of the animals of Second Life are gorgeous and what Sisi does with them amazing.To get to her exhibit directly take this ride.

While you are in this gallery room take a look at the oil works of earring collection nearby and check out the top floor and the lower floor where there are other artists displaying their works. .This is a marvelous gallery that I have been meaning to write about for a while.

From this location you can TP over to the main TP area. Here you can choose among all the many artists that are on the Complex. There are many buildings to explore to see the varied collection .

The Complex belongs to dj12 Magic. He has other locations in Second Life but this is for the Arts. "The original and still going strong Visions of  Beauty Art Gallery.  It  is shown in its natural surroundings.  The artists and curators provide natural photographic art works and fantasy art pieces.  The collection is rotated regularly,” he says of his Vision.

After you leave the buildings go down the hill to the west to relax in the charming Gabriella’s Grove. This belongs to Gabrielle Magic (Gabrielle Avedon), dj12‘s partner. It seems that both have delightful stories and photos of  their cats.

Be sure to tp up to their area in one of the galleries and enjoy. There is so much lovely art here . Plan to spend some time exploring all there is to see.

This is the central TP area where you can move about to the artists easily, but enjoy walking through the galleries . Each building has its own charm .

Gemma Cleanslate