Wednesday, August 29, 2007

SLart at the Cannery

Rezzable Productions Ltd. announces the upcoming opening of the Cannery Art Gallery, today at 15.00hrs SLT.
The opening of this unique gallery will be center of a Second Life-wide phenomenon, attract avatars from all over SL, and generate mainstream media attention. The exhibition will run until November.
Shoshana Epsilon and Vint Falken, both accomplished SL photographers and artists, are the curators for this show. The pair brought in photographers Melodious Source, Stephen Venkman, Collin Savon, Eerie Nephie, Kean Kelly, and Rob Danton. The entire SL photography community was drawn on to provide photos for the themed exhibits: darkness, romance, story, wings, pose, race, sounds, and tricks. Together, the body of work is colourful, powerful, and sensuous.

And I am honoured to tell you that a picture of mine was chosen by Shoshana, for the Story-theme.
Story
True art tells a story. It leaves the viewer wondering: What just happened? What will happen next? I want to know this person better. The final set of 5 pictures will present pieces of various stories. Visitors are welcome to leave comments suggesting the circumstances around the picture. These 5 photographs fire the imagination.

Chosen artists for ‘Story’ are Tyffany Flintoff, Looker Lumet, Arminius Heron, Loki Popinjay and Vint Falken.

I would say, go and visit the gallery, it will be worthwile, because not only the pictures will be interested to see, but also the buildings, looking at some previews.
Make your comment on the pictures, you can also vote for them.

For me, this is already a victory, being at the Cannery Gallery among other great artists and fellow Belgians, as there are, Bella March, Loki Popinjay and of course Vint Falken.

4 comments:

vint falken said...

So you'll come to the party? ;)

Looker Lumet said...

Sho has invited me, so I will come yes.;)

Seraphine said...

Congrats. That's a great honor. It sounds like fun.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your post about the Cannery show. Because of your post, I spent an enjoyable hour last night looking at the photographs and saw some wonderful work, including your own.

Even if one did not find the photographs interesting, I think just visiting the Cannery would be interesting to many residents.

It was a lot of fun!