Sunday, November 22, 2015

Great Second Life Destinations: Glass and Light Breakwave, by Frankx Lefavre

Glass and Light Breakwave by accomplished Second Life multimedia artist Frankx Lefavre pulsates with animated light energy. The largest shape at the center of the exhibit, which I show as the first animated GIF, reminded me of breaking ocean waves- and tidal flows. Color elements in the installation -- I show one in the lower GIF animation as the last photograph in this post -- stand out but do not overwhelm in the black space and white shapes that predominate. This is a particularly beautiful art installation that I highly recommend to anyone who appreciates good art in Second Life.

Enable advanced lighting to get the most out of the art installation.  I found that the electronic music that was playing on the parcel to be very complimentary and enhanced my viewing experience.

To visit this through the end of December 2015:


Matty Gynold has very good photography and an  excellent review of Glass and Life Breakwave over at his blog:

To find out more about LEA (The Linden Endowment for the Arts):

To see my coverage of great destinations to visit in Second Life (scroll down):

Check out Scoop It Second Life Destinations for current coverage of more great destinations to visit:

To see my recent reviews of LEA art installations that can be visited as part of the LEA Artist-in-Resident Program through December:

The Blasted Heath at LEA 16

The Transformative Journey of Metamorfaces at LEA 10

Watercolors in the Rain, The Second Life Experience at LEA 29

Recursion Pulsates with Life at LEA 27:

To see my earlier reviews of Frankx Lefavre's LEA installations:

Cocytus-  The Ninth Circle of Hell (May 2015):

Qualia (December 2014)


  1. Thank you for mention my blog post. Your GIF animations are great. The core of Frankx Lefavre's art is the moving effect of the textures and particles.

    1. Thanks Maddy -- your blog is a great resource for anyone covering Second Life Design and Destinations.


Please Note- We never publish negative comments, or publish inappropriate information, about any Second Life or other Virtual World Resident. Thank you for keeping things positive! Ryce & Eddi
Addendum- September 2018 - We no longer anonymous comments advertising links to other blogs.