ISME ART GALLERY OPENING EVENT

Poster

ISME Art Gallery is proud to present to you the wonderful and engaging work of Wyald Woolley, Saturday 15th at 1:00 pm slt.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Grand%20Canyon%20South/154/35/23

 

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Cullum Writer – Biography (2019)

Born in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Cullum found her artistic inspiration here in SL with the SL’s tool known as “snapshot” she found the happiness to capture and perpetuate images that touched her sensibility with the harmony and grace of their forms and colors.
Her curiosity led her to try new techniques as fractals, collage, developing her graphic art.

She already had presented her works in some SL galleries as: Ice Cavern, Yardley Art´s, Pirats Influence Art Gallery Community, The Modern Art Museum Buenos Aires, Teatro Tom Jobim Gallery, For Life Expo, Studio Mfume, Aakriti Arts, Centro das Artes,The Rose Theatre, La Maison d´Aneli, K&W Galllery, Burning Life, Barerose, Small World Arts, kulturcafe, Invisible Gallery, Rainbow Painters Gallery, Universidade de Aveiros, Peacock Art Gallery, Cidade Espiritual de Nosso Lar Galeria, Niflheimr Art Gallery, Raizes and LEA also has her art presented on FLICKR.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/cwriter/

Nascida em Porto Alegre, Brasil, Cullum sentiu sua inspiração artística aqui no SL encontrando na ferramenta de SL – snapshot-o prazer de capturar e perpetuar as imagens que lhe tocavam a sensibilidade tendo em vista a harmonia e graça de suas formas e cores.
Sua curiosidade a levou a experimentar novas técnicas como : fractais, colagem, desenvolvendo a arte grafica.

Ja apresentou seus trabalhos em algumas galerias como: Ice Cavern Art, Yardley Art´s, Pirats, Influence Art Gallery Community, The Modern Art Museum Buenos Aires, Teatro tom jobim Gallery, For Life Expo, Studio Mfume, Aakriti Arts , Centro das Artes, The Rose Theatre, La Maison d´Aneli, K&W Gallery, Burning Life, Barerose, Small World Arts, kulturcafe, Invisible Gallery, Rainbow Painters Gallery, Universidade de Aveiros , Peacock Art Gallery, Cidade Espiritual de Nosso Lar Galeria, Raizes and LEA e tem amostra de sua arte no FLICKR.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/cwriter/

War

ABOUT THIS EXHIBITION

War represent what is worst in us: cruelty, fear, destruction, ignorance, and a complete disregard for the miracle of life.
We see in the news every day war acts that are so deeply disturbing that we need to numb ourselves in order to be able to pretend that this reality is so far away, or so disconnected from us that we can ignore it.
I wanted to make an exhibition about War to remind ourselves that even if we think we live in a peaceful place, we nurture the seeds of war every time we don’t embrace all other human beings as our equals, when we don’t respect their right to be who they are as much as we respect ours.
This work pretends to show that in this moment, somewhere, there are individuals, families and societies suffering the effects of a war in countless different ways. And even if we can not stop that now, each of us can choose to nurture the right seeds in the hope one day no man or woman will feel the need to kill another.

**Important** : If you buy any of my works, 80% of the money will go to War Child, an international charity with presence in Second Life, that protects children living in the world’s most dangerous war zones. They currently work in Iraq, Afghanistan, Uganda and D.R. Congo.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Music/64/225/37

https://www.warchild.org.uk/

June Clavenham

Digital Artist, Photographer

Real Life
I was born and live in Montevideo, Uruguay. studied art with Alamón, Montani, Aroztegui, and at Taller Subte. Studied photography at Taller Aquelarre.
I had exhibitions at both private and goverment facilities.

Second Life
Many years ago digital art grew on me as an different way of expressing, as it is created in a non traditional way and seen in a different media. Initially based on fractals, and using different applications to bring shapes and colors to a new dimension, I am interested in exploring the options brought to us by the development of technology.
I had exhibited in many places dedicated to art in SL, including UWA and LEA in the past, before I took a break of SL for a few years.