“Wrath” by Sniper Siemens @ Pyramid Café art #thepyramidcafe

wrathPyramid Café Art

presents the sixth meeting

dedicated to Deadly Sins

“WRATH by Sniper Siemens

Sunday May, 25th 1.30 pm SLT
Sky setting: night

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“Sloth” by DamiaxArt@Pyramid Café Art #thepyramidcafe

 

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Pyramid Café Art presents the fifth meeting dedicated to Deadly Sins “Sloth” With the Art exhibition by DamiaxArt Sunday April, 13th at 1.30 pm slt – Solaris Island

SLURL: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Solaris%20Island/7/111/2199

Live streaming by Pyramid Café TV

*DamiaxArt Biography*

I live second Life by testing art with fun, as a means to communicate joy and positivity, without making plans.

My Gallery is called “Art Inside,” I played with various artists, transforming the painting as a magic box where it reproduces the painting itself, where the audience is the protagonist and spectator at the same time.

Over this time I dedicated many time to the works of René Magritte. 

My ultimate goal is to engage and entertain the audience and evoke the context of artistic wonder, or just for a smile. 

In my works I add details arising from my imagination how sound and movement to create such a thought.

Also my works are accessible to everyone: it is not always necessary to know the art to get closer to it.

(DamiaxArt)

 

“In Fantasy” by Muirín@Pyramid Café Art #secondlife

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Pyramid Café Art has the pleasure to invite you to the first photo exhibition “In fantasy” by “Muirín”. Special godmother: Paola Mills

Sunday April, 6th at 1,30 pm slt Glasshouse Gallery (Solaris Island) SLURL

Live Streaming by Pyramid Café TV http://www.livestream.com/pyramidcafetv

FM Sensation Millennium http://fmsensationmillennium.listen2myradio.com/

*** Biography of Muirín ***

In RL, with my cultural association, I organize Celtic and medieval re-enactments, and I took part in fantasy days for school children, putting myself in imaginary creatures’ shoes.
These my passions, as well as for nature, and my strong curiosity made me join into what I thought is, wrongly, an online role-playing game.
I was born in 2008, choosing a name very dear to me. I accepted a teleport and I found “myself” in an Italian sim where I started to “work” as a dancer before and later manager.
I didn’t yet know that in SL you can take photos, until a friend sent me a snapshot.
“Curious like a little cat” I immediately read up on it (sl wiki ecc) and I initially photographed events that I followed, but I was not too satisfied.
Wandering around the metaverse, I visited some lands, mostly Fantasy: all those colours, those fantastic creatures, have reignited my creativity and I liked to freeze them.
Since then I try in every place something imaginative, colorful and not… in my photos I try to “fix” the vision of my moods: but not necessarily, a picture full of colors means my “well-being”…
I love challenges, especially with myself and “with my graphics card” and for this reason I try not use photo-retouching programs external to Second Life.

Thank to Fiona Saiman, for the great trust and for always being there, near me.
Thank to my godmother, Paola Mills, for her support, especially moral, in this my challenge.

Envy (Invidia) @ Pyramid Café Art 23.03.2014

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Pyramid Café art
presents the fourth meeting
dedicated to
Deadly Sins
ENVY
Art exhibition by
Aloisio Congrejo

Sunday, March 23rd 22.30 CET – 2.30 pm slt

LIve on the Pyramid Café TV channel: http://www.livestream.com/pyramidcafetv

It is among us. It is within us.
It creeps into the thoughts, desires, ambitions and takes root in every corner of human relations.
It is ambiguous, subtle, poignant, always lurking.
Nobody is able to prevent it.
Extremely difficult to ignore or suppress it.
Envy, ending in its most atavistic, primordial friction arises between an advantage and a disadvantage.
Envy “positive” engine of natural competition contrasts with Envy “negative,” which Cervantes in “Don Chisciotte” associated with the “worm rodent”, envy that clouds the mind, and sometimes leads to inflict damage and pain to the object of ‘envy.
Installation, faces observant and artistic features such as Dore’s illustration for The thirteenth canto of the Purgatorio
Dante Alighieri where expiate the souls of the envious,
(With eyes and mouth sewn), a reference to Medusa,
symbol of the look “evil”, the representation
of ‘envy of Giotto in the Scrovegni Chapel, a painting titled “Hiena de Salpêtrièe” by Théodore Géricault and ceiling with Bosch Table on capital vices where envy is represented by the gaze “oblique” about a woman who is hiding.
(Aloisio Congrejo)

**ALOISIO CONGREJO Biography**

I was born in Second Life on february 25 2007My passion for art has been part of my virtual life from the start, and in RL began many years ago.As an artistic ‘consumer’ there have been many artists both great and lesser known that I have folled and admired, but what is most important to me is to see the work of anyone who can craft various media in such a way as to express their feelings.In Second life I began using art to express feelings and thoughts simply as a way of playing, trying out theings that were new to me, but with simplicity and entirely for my own enjoyment.i do not think of myself as an ‘artist’ and certainly don’t consider myself an ‘inventor’ of anything groundbreaking, I create art simply for the the pleasure of creating, and if what I make brings pleasure to others, I am flattered, because I see art as a language that allows the creator and the observer to communicate, in an exchange of emotions.
My creations are a search of movement and color, in some there are used scripts of motion or otherwise, and in others the sense of motion is given by the transparency that integrate with the overlap of shapes and colors.

Fae Varriale @ tKF 13.03.2014

Tanalois Art & torno Kohime Foundation

present

Fae Varriale Art Exhibition

Thursday, March 13th 2:30 PM SLT – 22:30 IT

3D Gallery:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Solaris%20Island/172/50/1401

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Fae Varriale’s Biography
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Drawing on the diversity of beautiful and unusual landscapes and the ability to change appearance to almost anything you wish, Fae uses photographs taken inworld as the basis for her pictures.

As a keen builder she also developed a passion for creating 3D art and immersive installations and became involved in creating installations as part of mixed media performance space, incorporating live music, storytelling and dance. She has created stage sets for the Independent Ballet Company, DiversionzDance, BOSL Fashion Week and Miss Virtual World.

“Often dark and moody, Fae’s artwork is inspired by myth, folklore and fantasy. The haunting imagery draws you into strange yet familiar dreamworlds.”

“Fae’s art is dark and delightful, imbuing each piece with its own aura. Mystical scenes and beings are inspired by myth, folklore, and fantasy; the haunting imagery is stunning.”

Fae has exhibited at galleries across SL, including Wash Street, gallery 4, Pyramid Gallery, Dark Draconis Gallery, Gallery Arctica, Rose Gallery, gallery 23, Future Vision Art Gallery, Galeria Mexico, Cuauhnahuac Gallery, torno Kohime Foundation, Alpha Asteri, Pirats Art Network, Ce Soir and the Mysterious Wave sim.

LEA full sim series installation May 2012 – ‘Wonderlands’
http://quanlavender.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/sneak-preview-virtual-fantasy-is.html
http://honourmcmillan.wordpress.com/2012/05/04/wherein-the-intrepid-explorer-loses-staff-in-the-wonderlands-fires-a-second-life-client/#comment-2110

LEA artist in residence Sept 2012 –  March 2013 – ‘Danse Macabre’
http://quanlavender.blogspot.de/2012/12/danse-macabre.html

UWA 3D Open Art Challenge unscripted category winner Jan 2011 ‘Daughter of the wind’
UWA Centenary 3D Art Challenge overall winners joint 8th  Aug 2012 ‘Heartwood’
UWA Artists’ Choice challenge winner Aug 2012 “On the breath of the wind”

Builder for MadPea productions

Choreographer for DiversionzDance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Kz4nWzFrTo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsm2ldCng1M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAljMRjV9Zg

Fae  is the co owner and co manager of Branwen Arts Centre which houses a gallery , exhibition space and theatre.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/fae_varriale/

2/10/13: Lita Menges at torno Kohime Foundation

Tanalois Art and torno Kohime Foundation
have the pleasure to invite you to
the opening of the art exhibition
by
Lita Menges

Wednesday October, 2nd – 1.30 PM SLT – 22.30 IT

Black&White Gallery:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Solaris%20Island/105/50/3509
until October 16th

Interview in italian : http://tanalois.blogspot.it/2013/10/lita-menges-tkf.html

Roman Godde @ Solaris Island 30/06/13

Pyramid Cafe’ and Tanalois Art have the pleasure to invite you to the opening of the Photo Exhibition “Beauty In Darkness” by Roman Godde.

Inauguration exposure  Solaris Island: Saturday June 30th 1 :30 pm SLT -22.30 IT

http://slurl.com/secondlife/Solaris%20Island/21/131/2001

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Roman Godde- Beauty In Darkness
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“Photography is not about the cameras, gadgets and gismos. Photography is about the photographers.
A camera doesn’t make a great picture anymore than a typewriter makes a great novel”

There is a time in someones life where something traumatic can happen and it can have an adverse affect. It can change your views your world, your thoughts. It can also create something new within you. Good or Bad.
Both my RL parents passed away last year. It was during this time, that I sank into a deep dark world. Where the darkness, the solace, became my comfort. I began to call this place home in my mind. The silent rage within me began tearing, looking for something.. and that is where my art was born.
I began to look for the Beauty in Darkness, to visually create what my inner soul was feeling. My art is not planned ahead of time. I am basically new to photography, but its with my soul and emotions that drive me. This Beauty in Darkness in my healing, my therapy, my calm before and during the storm. This is my journey through something traumatic, that has turned into something beautiful.

I hope you enjoy.

Roman Godde