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Marcel and Sebastian's Art Gallery

Marcel and Sebastian's Art Gallery

An art gallery of Marcel and Sebastian's artworks. Marcel creates nature-inspired art, and Sebastian's art is sci-fi inspired. Enjoy music and hang out with friends in a peaceful place that is surrounded by nature and precious art.

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Gem Preiz Fractal Art Gallery

Gem Preiz Fractal Art Gallery

The Gem Preiz Fractal Art Gallery hosts an extensive selection of more than 170 displays of Gem's fractal works collected from his more than 30 exhibitions which have been displayed in Second Life since 2012. Many pieces are staged in very large size and high resolution, which is Gem's signature.

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S17A

S17A

A calm park with a small art gallery. A friendly place surrounded by flowers. Relax alone or as a couple.

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United Artists of SL

United Artists of SL

UASL (United Artists of Second Life) is a group of artists that produces art in virtual worlds including, but not limited to, 3D and 2D Objects and animation, performers, photographers, and machinima/video. They are here to help unify the artists of SL. They collaborate with and support various artists groups, galleries, and events.

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Valium Art in the Park

Valium Art in the Park

This popular extension to the Valium Creek's public spaces is the 'Art in the Park' which features the art of Mistero Hifeng. It is blended beautifully within the natural surroundings. The Art in the Park also features a small wedding chapel, a music venue, and other nice features for bloggers and photographers.

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Carla – Walk in the darkness

Carla – Walk in the darkness

Explore the artwork of Terrygold “Carla – Walk in the darkness”, the story of a girl, promising dancer, who takes the road of drug, which is, in effect, a descent into the darkness. The art installation combines, to the tale (in English, Italian and Spanish), scenes representing the various chapters of the story.

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Nevermore Gallery and Photography Studio

Nevermore Gallery and Photography Studio

The mission of Nevermore Gallery and Photography Studio is to inform and inspire Second Life photographers and guests in the beautiful art gallery, where you can find a high-quality source of visual art. All are welcome here!

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Saddles Art Gallery & Ballroom

Saddles Art Gallery & Ballroom

Saddles Art Gallery and Ballroom is open 24/7 with a romantic atmosphere. Art Gallery incorporates classical, period, modern, contemporary, impressionist, renaissance, and cultural art. It features monthly openings and art displays that are open to explore. The ballroom is also available for an artist to introduce their work in a formal setting.

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National Photography Month @ WBH

National Photography Month @ WBH

For May 2020, Second Life Residents are invited to participate in a series of photography challenges, sponsored by Whole Brain Health at Inspiration Island. Curated by Associate Director Thuja Hynes (Tooyaa), each week offers a new opportunity to share your vision, creativity, and technical prowess with inworld photography. Week 1 (May 4 - 10): Visit the Photo Studio and Gallery for Fantasy Foto challenge! Week 2 (May 11 - 17): Takes shutterbugs out into the SL realm to seek and snap full-frame landscapes with the theme Springtime Alive! Week 3 (May 18 - 24): Returning to Inspiration Island, celebrate those whom you admire with the SL Heroes theme. Week 4 (May 25 - 31): In the final week they expand their field again to Second Life overall with the theme Tout le Monde, photographing the remarkable social gatherings. Photo submissions will be exhibited at four galleries on Inspiration Island, in the Whole Brain Health Flickr group, and in compilations. Contact Thuja Hynes inworld with questions.

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Elephants by Cica Ghost

Elephants by Cica Ghost

Q. What do a tree and an elephant have in common? A. A trunk.

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