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Every once in a while, I visit a gallery that is so different from others that I feel it deserves a little promotion.
I got a notice through one of the many artist groups I belong to, a notice about a gallery I hadn’t heard of before. I am so glad that I didn’t miss the opportunity to see the work of real life artist Eleanor Medier.
Ms. Medier’s pieces are abstract in nature, with bold, unmixed colours. The shading of the elements in her work is so simple that it doesn’t distract from the messaged conveyed by each piece. Though presented on a grand scale in Second Life, Ms. Medier’s works are tiny in real life. A photo showing their scale is on her gallery wall so that visitor’s can get an idea of the true scale.
The gallery itself, designed by Heavy Writer, features a circular corridor that all galleries should follow. The design invites the visitor to follow the artwork along one wall, then back toward the entrance by following the other wall. It gives on the feeling of being inside a giant Nautilus shell section, as it effortlessly funnels the visitor past each drawing.
- Medier Gallery: http://slurl.com/secondlife/ReflectionZ/237/40/3274