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Art in Second Life

My longest-running Second Life project is the Limoncello Art Gallery. It is in a 120-metre long airship (named after the Blogpower member Welshcakes Limoncello) moored 700 metres above my land. It houses my collection of Second Life art on one of three floors. On the other two are 12 smaller galleries which I provide free of charge to artists I like. Yesterday, I found an artist for the last of those rooms and so the gallery is finally complete after 16 months. The new artist, an Italian who goes by the Second Life name of Gleman Jun, has made this promotional video.


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Colin Campbell

My father an artist would be very bemused by the concept of a virtual art gallery. He is a technology and internet luddite by nature. I must come and visit one of these days.


This thing is obviously a labour of love for you, Tom. I understand it is magnificent.


I'll pop by sooner rather than later. A lot of images packed into those few seconds.

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