” A mysterious overgrown & abandoned garden, filled with weeds, rust, reverie and birdsong Come explore where forgotten stories have come to life…” – Talullah Winterwolf.
IT took me a while to get around to this post because I understand that Talullah Winterwolf is pretty well known in some art circles.. It is not that I am against showing work of known people, but I am heistant to do so because such people will already have enough exposure while obscure artists or new artist or fringe artists probably benefit more from a post by an obscure blogger.. In addition I am not inclined to show work as is nowadays but rather make pictures of the works of others that give an impression or capture the essence, mostly to protect these artist against theft. As suck the pictures get changed and this might not always be in agreement with the artist. If you get my drift.
In the case of Talullah Winterwolf however I was also intrigued by the place where this work was shown, which created an interesting atmosphere grungy atmosphere and I therefore decided to make a post about her exhibition at eleventh birthday of second life exhibition. I want to make a note that this post shows an impression of her work and it is my impression. What you see is not always what you get.
The exhibition look a bit like an unattended garden like you sometimes encounter by houses that have been abandoned. I like the art because it has a kind of disturb beauty in it.
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