Monday, October 19, 2015

Great Second Life Destinations: Failure To Thrive at LEA 15 Is Perfect In Watercolor



Artist Storm Septimus has opened a hauntingly beautiful art installation at LEA 15. Failure to Thrive (alternatively called The Grey Child) is a sim-sized work of shimmering shades of greys and silvers, Storm says that there are plashes of bright "children's colors when appropriate".  Storm imagined the final piece to be "a touch abstract in execution" since "children do not see the world in the same way as adults". This is a gorgeous art installation and highly recommended for a visit.

SLurl:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA15/156/42/21

To see my full review of this highly recommended art installation which ran in September 2015:
http://www.eddihaskell.com/2015/09/great-second-life-art-installations.html




There is a flickr group for photographs, feel free to post your own images here:


These watercolors were made using free Fotosketcher software. To find out how I did this:
http://www.eddihaskell.com/2014/11/how-to-do-gorgeous-watercolor.html





To see a current listing of more gorgeous places to visit in Second Life:
http://www.scoop.it/t/second-life-destinations


To find our more about the Linden Endowment for the Arts and see information on other art installations that can be visited:
http://lindenarts.blogspot.com/




To see more of my recent reviews of art installation, including landmarks, for other outstanding art installations  that can currently be visited as part of the LEA Artist-in-Resident Full Sim Program:

The Transformative Journey of Metamorfaces at LEA 10
http://www.eddihaskell.com/2015/10/great-second-life-destinations_3.html

Watercolors in the Rain at LEA 29:
http://www.eddihaskell.com/2015/09/great-second-life-destinations_23.html

The Spiritual Journey of Kiesta Aljon's "Reflect The Light" at LEA 18
http://www.eddihaskell.com/2015/08/great-second-life-art-installations_19.html

Fuschia Nightfire's Work of Zero Significance Must Be Seen at LEA 21
http://www.eddihaskell.com/2015/08/great-second-life-art-installations.html

Recursion Pulsates with Life at LEA 27:









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