May at Holly Kai Park brings another round of excellent Second life Artists.
This beautiful park has wonderful walking trails with places to sit and take in the views. Holly Kai also boarders the Blake sea, has docking and is fully sailable. Holly Kai features many ways to enjoy this beautiful place including many events, a garden, a studio gallery, The Pavilion, Caitinara Bar and all of the Art.
Holly Kai features these artists in the Art in the park series:
“Her style can be best described as capturing moods. Feel yourself drawn into the landscapes of her pictures. See the emotion and character traits expressed in the people she portrays. It’s a dreamy world most of the time. Unclear lines, blurry, warm colours. Sometimes darker and gloomier.”
Check out Ceakay Ballyhoo’s blog.
“The pieces she offers at the Park are placed under the title of “Myths”, which she describes thus:
I wanted to create mysterious and dreamlike images that call upon the universal archetypes that Jung said lie tangled within the roots of our Collective Unconscious. These images do not try to explain, or define what is going on in them. They are left mysterious, open-ended, and ready for the viewer to spin their own story onto. “
“My work embodies my spirit and personality. My goal is to allow you to experience the image with your own mind’s eye. My work is entirely intuitive. I get lost in the layering of texture and colour. Occasionally, I will include figurative work if my spirit is so presented with the composition. Just as there is order in the chaos of the universe, the energy within me is brought into focus one canvas at a time.”
More info about Judilynn and her work in the Sim street Journal.
“For her work, Lantana focus on the feeling each image evokes in her. “I work on them until I touch the darkness,” she says, before going on to express her preference for avatar studies. “I prefer to make images of people rather than landscapes and do my shoots on location although there have been a few occasions where I have built sets.”
See more work from this intriguing artist on her flickr.
“A wanderer by nature, he enjoys nothing more than exploring the grid, finding new pockets of beauty for his pictures, thanks to the creativity and imagination of fellow residents, where his physical world knowledge of photography greatly informs his framing, windlight selection, image ratio, etc., such that he rarely post-processes his work.
As a sculptor, Slatan surprisingly claims to have limited skills with in-world building. However, his works – which focus on the abstract – demonstrate a talent for colour, motion, and composition, and show a skilled level of prim manipulation.”
Find more of Slatan’s work on flickr
“A professional writer, SisterButta, also known as Trolley Trollop, sees Second Life as a means to explore narrative techniques and means to create new “story-making” possibilities to create interactive and immersive environments to convey information in non-traditional ways.”
“More recently, SisterButta and Robijn created Wound Angels, an interactive exhibit honoring breast cancer sufferers through the ages, as seen through the eyes of some of history’s greatest artists, and which was first shown at the RFL 2016 Home and Garden exhibition.”
SisterButta on flickr
Events you can come enjoy at Holly Kai this month include:
Sundays @ Caitinara Bar 12pm slt
2 hours of the best chill-out music with Kess Crystal at the beach side bar.
Wednesdays @ Caitinara Bar 4pm slt
Anthony Wesburn presents a fine selection of blues, jazz and more .
Fridays @ Caitinara Bar 4pm slt
2 hours of the smoothest tunes to kick-off the weekend with Joy Canadeo.
The Park does not accept tips currently you are invited to donate to the their adopted charity Stand Up To Cancer, boards can be found at the venues around Holly Kai Park.
Get out your boat and go visit this artistic nature sim.
Thank you for stopping by ~owl