Art in Second Life 2020 (39) A tribute to Second Life lighthouses

On Thursday, July 9th, I got some time inbetween during a busy day. I visited “A tribute to Second Life lighthouses” by Ferugina Luna at “Hannington Endowment for the Arts at Xeltentat Enterprises” (HEA). And I didn’t regret it.

The exhibition is at the Queen Bee Gallery of HEA. You get there by teleporting from landing at HEA. Of course the exhibit is about lighthouses.

I like the way the pictures are presented. The room is round, in the center is a lighthouse and the walls are full with pictures take in in SLecond Life and showing lighthouses. The room has furtheron 4 water basins and some typical animals are around: penguins and seagulls. The pictures are great and you can see how different one and the same lighthouse can look in just another environment.

Impressions of “A tribute to Second Life lighthouses” by Ferugina Luna at HEA Gallery (1)

I never came across Ferugina Luna so far. She’s almost 14 years in Second Life and we seem to share the passion for taking pictures. By the way, you can get the lighthouse in the center of the exhibition as a free gift. But you need to hurry a bit, the exhibition shall be available until end of July, 2020.

Impressions of “A tribute to Second Life lighthouses” by Ferugina Luna at HEA Gallery (2)

“Hannington Endowment  for the Arts” (HEA) is owned by Hannington Xeltentat. HEA was built by Tansee, who also runs the gallery. Thank you Hannington for providing the space and thank you Tansee from enabling the exhibition “A tribute to Second Life lighthouses”. I enjoyed my visit.

Landmark to Hannington Endowment for the Arts at Xeltentat Enterprises
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Xeltentat%20Enterprises/132/124/3525

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