Kultivate Art Critic and Gallery Reviewer, Oema, reviews the Time Exhibition @ Diotima: Sensuality, sweetness and imagination… these are the first words I think of seeing the photo exhibition of Gabriele (aldiladeisogni) entitled “Time“. This is the first exhibition of this photographer hosted at Diotima.
Kultivate Art Critic and Gallery Reviewer Oema, explores the work of Ariel Brearly: They’re good. They are very good. Yet they do not want to exhibit their works Inwold, at best expose on Flickr. That’s why you need to go to find them and get them out of their burrow. One of this very respectable photographers andContinue reading “Ariel Brearly, very talented photographer in Second Life (discovered on Flickr)”
Kultivate Art Critic and Gallery Reviewer, Oema, reviews the work of Paola Mills: In S.Life world, expression modes are endless: from photography to video, from fashion to art, from construction to music, are really disparate activities that allow people to better express themselves. Especially photography, in recent years, has taken an important role, as witnessedContinue reading “Art in SL photography and (artistic) shots by Paola Mills”
Kultivate’s Art Critic and Gallery Reviewer Oema, reviews Milly Sharple’s latest exhibition: I’m visiting right now the wonderful exhibition of Milly Sharple entitled “New Fractal Insanity“(click to teleport). It is an art show that exhibits fractal art. For those not familiar with the fractal art, it is created by calculating fractal mathematical functions and processing theContinue reading ““New Fractal Insanity” the Art of Milly Sharple”
Windlight Art Critic & gallery Reviewer, Oema, is back with a review of the new exhibition at Daphne Arts Gallery: By always the art is an expression more showy of the epoch of reference. The Surrealist movement was and is particularly suited to the moments of great transition and confusion, as our one at thisContinue reading ““Beautiful Bizarre” at Daphne Arts Gallery, surrealist beauty of an uncertain and confused era”
Windlight Art Critic and Gallery Reviewer, Oema, reviews the work of Amona Savira: The professional world of S.Life is very varied. On the other hand it is not surprising, in fact in most cases those who carry out an activity in S.Life does it as a hobby, as a moment of relaxation and detachment fromContinue reading “Amona Savira, art experience in R.Life available to the virtual world”
Windlight Art Critic and Gallery Review Oema is back with another review. This time she reviews the work of Sina Souza: I like to think that Art (with a capital A) is able to “go through any levee”, to overcome any prejudice and to involve (always) the observer. This is not to say that allContinue reading “Sina Souza, when virtual art becomes real art”
Windlight Art Critic & Gallery Reviewer, Oema, reviews the new Sisse Singhs exhibition: Wandering through exhibitions, I had the pleasure to discover Sisse Singhs whose artistic show is hosted by Panquehue. I always feel a great pleasure in stopping to contemplate the work of real artists, those artists in real life who import images ofContinue reading “Sisse Singhs Art Gallery @Panquehue”
Windlight Art Critic and Gallery Reviewer, Oema, reviews the new LEA 7 Exhibition by Rose Borchovski: It ‘s always a great pleasure to visit the 3d exhibitions of Rose and art installation in LEA 7 is no exception. If I were to give a title to the extraordinary performance 3d hosted in LEA7 I wouldContinue reading ““The lost children” of Rose Borchovski @LEA 7″
Oema, Art Critic and Galleries Reviews, introduce us to Giovanna Cerise’s 3D Art: It was a long time that I wanted to visit the exhibition of Giovanna Cerise, a 3D art exhibition hosted by “The Eye Gallery“.
Windlight Magazine’s Art Critic & Gallery Reviewer, Oema, reviews the new exhibition on LEA 29: LEA29 is hosting a wonderful artistic installation about a fascinating and a little known theme, the passage to the tithe dimension. I have had the pleasure to go through the various “doors of the awareness“, living this experience with theContinue reading “An Ascension to the 10th Dimension at LEA29”
Oema reviews the art of Maddy (Magda Schmidtzau): I know by chance Maddy (Magda Schmidtzau), she invites me on FB to an event related to the inauguration of her photographic show entertained by Diotima (Lilies Waves). It says that the first impression is that one counts, I believe it’s true. Just entranced, her photos strikes me since immediately.
Windlight Art Critic and Gallery Reviewer, Oema, reviews the latest exhibition at The Living Room: Magnificent. There are no other words to describe the photographic exhibition of BluesRocker and Eleseren Brianna hosted by Living Room.
Windlight Art Critic & Gallery Reviewer, Oema recaps her visit to Skip Staheli’s closing party at The Living Room: And here I am again return to the Living Room to talk about a very interesting artist, Skip Staheli.
Oema reviews the new Jammie Hill and Joslyn Benson Exhibition: Very interesting artistic exposition of which I wish to speak is set in these days to “DaphneArts Gallery”, the Gallery founded by SheldonBr and Angelika Corral and which has the advantage of hosting artists who normally do not have other exposures in progress, but theyContinue reading “Jammie Hill and Joslyn Benson Exhibition at Daphne Arts Gallery”
Windlight Magazine Art Critic, Oema, explores Barry Richez’s new exhibit at LEA 6: There are places in Second Life straight out of a comic book and set in a 3d environment. This is especially true for the extraordinary performance staged by Barry Richez at LEA6 and I invite you to visit.
Oema reviews The Good Days Gallery: The “Good Days Gallery” is hosting a fine show of Hillany Scofield. I went to visit it intrigued by the images shared on Facebook in order to promote it. The art exhibition is both 2d and 3d, in fact the gallery is “inhabited” by various stylized statues depicting women’sContinue reading “Good Days Gallery with Hillany Scofield”
Oema reviews the Living Room: Artistic aspects in a virtual living room Have you ever thought of an art exhibition in a virtual living room? This was the winning choice of Lagrange Spaceport, group owner of The Living Room @ Lagrange Point Spaceport.
Oema reviews the new exhibition at Nitroglobus Hall: The protagonists of the exhibition “Shadows of dream” hosted by Dido Petra Haas at Nitroglobus Hall are Angelika Corral and SheldonBr. We’re going to know them better through a brief presentation of both.