Monday, January 5, 2009

Second Life Sculpture and Primagery

I never thought of myself as a sculptor but in reality, in order to produce the images I make, I first build a group of prims that relate to each other. I arrange them to create the effect of light, volume, and transparency that suggests a painting. Its not the overall appearance of the "sculpture" that I am seeking. Rather, it is the multitude of images created within..when you use your Second Life camera to explore the depths of the sculpture. Facing the Depths of Primagery was chosen as the title of the show at anandra because many of the images are like faces or like looking through a keyhole. The depths are clearly present in the accompanying sculptures.........promising viewers an enjoyable visual adventure. The miniatures sculptures in the show are surprisingly satisfying to look at and some of them have many more possibilities that I am anxious to explore. You won't be disappointed. This is a unique show and one that will fascinate you as much as it does me.

1 comment:

~PakKaramu~ said...

Serenity, at every sunrise