Imagine Nations 1: Thea Maiman

I once visited a gallery named Bohemia Eclectic Gallery and  I made a few post about works that were exhibited there that I liked.  One of the artist, Meryll Panthar gave me a  link to another gallery called Imagine Nations Photo Gallery and Studios . Imagine Nations is really a big place. It not only consist of two galleries presented as one, but also has a neat ground level where people can socialize or just spent some time in a nice environment.  The gallery is full with the works of various artists and it was so much that  I started to skip over those I don’t really find interesting.  I do not pretend to have an profound understanding of art. I generally choose the  pictures that seem to have a kind of story or story element in them.  I am not really fascinated by nudes and BDSM pictures because there are so many of them.

However I did like a few that I like to present here as one. I especially like them when they are made with the aid of Second Life.

But first a picture of what is on ground level.

Imagine Nations-1
This is a mesh statue in the water. Mesh makes things a lot prettier.

Here is the first artist that caught the eye: Thea Maiman.

blind things by thea maiman
Blind things by Thea Maiman was the name for a series of pictures made by Thea Mainman and of this picture.
glass of bubbles by thea maiman
Glass Bubbles by Thea Maiman

I liked this picture called Glass Bubbles. It is in intriguing picture. There is a kind of story there.

the chair by thea maiman
The chair by Thea Maiman

I have hesitated to show some of these pictures as it shows nudes. I am not exactly against them, but I often wonder what is actually meant to attract the attention. The nude of the painting? In this case I found the pictures showed more than just nudes.  Is it art? Or an illustrated story? Is that actually not art?

More of Imagine Nations will follow.

Imagine Nations Estates: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Wicked%20River/125/86/22

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