Judi Lynn – Evolution

Evolution of Judi Lynn – interview

Judi Lynn ManifestWhat was briefly your experience in Second Life?
I came into Second Life after reading about another artist who used Second Life successfully to enhance his real life art career. I thought it was a great idea! I immediately set up a small gallery, was finally noticed by others and started receiving invitations to show my work. I now have my own large galleries and host other artists as well as show my own. I’ve been in SL for almost five years now.

Do you practice the art only in SL or in RL also ?
Yes, I am an artist in Real Life and show my real paintings in Second Life. I also provide the link to SL residents who want to purchase prints of my paintings from my websites.
Many of my paintings can be bought from Fine Art America.com  and Crated.com.

Where do you scoop the inspiration for your works in SL?
The inspiration for all of my work comes from within me. My vision is driven by my love of color, texture and organic form. I suppose a lot of that is inspired by nature, though I don’t normally illustrate things that I “see” outside of myself.  Often, my mood will determine what colors I choose.  The paintings come to life as I work on them.

What are the main features of your works?
The main features of my paintings would be organic forms and colorful, layered textures.

Is there a theme or a key to the works you exhibit here in ArtEdLand?
The works I’m exhibiting here at ArtEdLand are from different years of my art development, so there is no one theme. It begins with work that I did completely in acrylic paint on canvas and brings us to the work I’m doing now which is all digitally painted with a stylus on my drawing tablet.

What is your prediction for the evolution of artistic languages ​​in SL?
In the years that I have been in Second Life, I’ve watched the arts community move from a large group of real life painters to a majority of second life photographers. Second Life has a history of going through peaks and valleys in it’s usership and I think many of the real life painters have run their course and gone on to other real life activities. For now, I think we will see more images of Second Life celebrated within Second Life until a new wave of real life painters finds their way into this virtual world.  Over the years, I’ve also enjoyed talented interactive art such as that of Bryn Oh. Bryn creates environments that are immersive and allow the user to walk through the scenes of her imagination.  Another such artist was Binary Quandry who creates sculptures that respond to the avatar when approached, and Feathers Boa who does the same with digital paintings.. I am hopeful other such inventive artists will bless us with their creativity in the future as virtual technology advances and allows for even greater ideas and abilities.


Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Myhns%20Land/94/96/24

Judi Lynn at ArtEdLand – 12 October 2014

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La Città Futurista “Futurist Town” – Opening

Opening on September 13, 2013 at 01:00 PM SL Time (22:00 Central European Time)

Location: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Myhns%20Land/208/162/3499

Sarà possibile accedere alla Città Futurista dall ore 12:00 PM SL Time (21:00 Orario Centro Europa) – You will have access to the Futurist Town from 12:00 PM SL Time (21:00 Central European Time)



Eduland – Inaugurazione della “Città Futurista”

Depero ritrattoVenerdì 13 settembre 2013 alle ore 22:00 ci sarà l’inaugurazione della “Città Futurista”, l’installazione 3D ispirata da due quadri del futurista italiano pittore Fortunato Depero –  “Skycrapers and Tunnel” e “New Babel” – e da un dipinto dell’aeropittore Tullio Crali – “Cityscape”.
La costruzione della città realizzata da Myhns Mayo con la collaborazione di Giorgio Mayo, Corennia e Ville Valo, è un enorme parco giochi, popolato da marionette variopinte che accolgono il turista in modi inaspettati.
Marionette animate, parlano e in alcuni casi interagiscono verbalmente con il turista che volesse farsi una chiacchierata con loro.
Citazioni di poesie futuriste e pannelli di parole onomatopeiche sono sparsi per la città per una totale immersione in un nuovo mondo!!

L’installazione sarà visitabile fino al 31 ottobre 2013
Buon divertimento a tutti.

Myhns, Giorgio, Corennia, Ville



Approfondimenti e Biografie:

Fortunato Depero – Wikipedia

Tullio Crali – Wikipedia




T.Crali - CityscapeFriday, September 13 at 22:00 inauguration of the “Futurist Town” 3D installation inspired by two paintings of the Italian Futurist painter Fortunato Depero – “Skycrapers and Tunnel” and “New Babel” – and a painting of the aeropainter Tullio Crali – “Cityscape”.
The construction of the city built by Myhns Mayo in collaboration with George Mayo, Corennia and Ville Valo is a huge playground, populated by colorful puppets that welcome tourists in unexpected ways.
Animated puppets, speak, and in some cases interact verbally with the tourist who wanted to be a chat with them.
Quotes of Futurist poems and panels of onomatopoeic words are scattered around the city for a total immersion into a new world!

The installation will be open until October 31, 2013
Good luck to all.

Myhns, Giorgio, Corennia, Ville




Further information and biographies:

Fortunato Depero – Wikipedia

Tullio Crali – Wikipedia



Mistero Hifeng – Intervista

mistero_hifengCom’è iniziata brevemente la tua esperienza in Second Life?
Nel 2007 incuriosito dai media sono entrato in Second Life

Quando hai scoperto la tua passione artistica?
Adoro creare cio’ che la fantasia mi suggerisce. Second Life mi ha regalato tutto questo……il “nuovo” modo di vedere le cose e’ nato proprio da qui.

Pratichi questa tua passione in SL o anche in RL
In entrambi i “mondi, sono appassionato di grafica e di fotografia .

Da dove attingi l’ispirazione per le tue opere in SL?
L’ispirazione nasce dalla musica , da pensieri, momenti,stati d’animo,  idee ……

I lavori che esporrai qui ad ArtEdLand hanno un tema specifico o una chiave di lettura?
Nessun tema specifico in quanto, seguo semplicemente il flusso dei miei pensieri e il mio stato d’animo. La cosa che mi piace e’ che ognuno puo’ leggerci o trovarci qualcosa di se stesso le emozioni che una foto suscita in te possono essere diverse da quelle che suscita in un altro. Non c’è una chiave specifica di lettura in quello che ho fatto se non il fine di provare piacere  per il puro gusto di quest’ultimo. Il piacere che ti carezza l’animo … condivisione di sensazioni.

Futurism – ArtEdLand Child Gallery

Sintetic Cubism at ArtEdLand Child Gallery

Milly Sharple ad ArtEdLand


“Children Corner Gallery” – Intepretando gli espressionisti tedeschi

Gli studenti del progetto Eduland hanno interpretato lo stile dei pittori espressionisti tedeschi, questi i lavori selezionati per l’esposizione alla “Children Corner Gallery” di ArtEdLand


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