Monthly Archives: October 2010

bang sparks fire

When I logged on to Second Life yesterday I found a notecard from Karima Hoisan, a well-known SL poet, containing a copy of her latest poem, Then It All Goes Bang!,  inspired by one of my digital paintings, Bang! (seen … Continue reading

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now showing

Quin, visiting my new show at the Criss Museum of Contemporary Art in sl (click to enlarge).. it’s actually kind of a ‘greatest hits’ show (not old enough for a retrospective yet), which includes a selection of pre- and post-sl work. … Continue reading

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Living the good lives

Since I seem to have spent as much time creating avatars lately as I have creating art (actually, I consider the avatar an artform in itself, but that’s another post), I’ve decided to switch gears for a little while and … Continue reading

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untitled

Yeah, that’s me, resting on my laurels. Actually, thinking about my creative journey thus far and the options that lie ahead. The final push for the Identity show and its emotional climax left me kind of, well… spent. So, I … Continue reading

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dancing with cats

In some ways, it turned out to be much more than a kickass party: it not only marked the opening of a great exhibit, but it signified the end of nearly a year of close interaction among a group of … Continue reading

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