We have already our first six entries for the UWA “IMMATERIAL” show, with many more promised to come! UWA’s IMMATERIAL show is open to all artists. Entries are due 31 July. For complete details, see our Call for Entries.
In 3D art we have the return of a couple of artists we haven’t seen in some time at UWA.
Brazilian artist Theda Tammas provides a personal interpretation of “Immaterial” as an emotional response with “E T H E R E A L.”
French artist Rosie Dimanovic’s-“Reflect the Love” is a surreal scene.
One of our perennial favorite Australian artists is Carmsie Melodie. This time she gives us an interpretation of a classic story in “Vanity: an enemy of dignity.”
American 2D Artist Ronin1 Shippe delights once again with an interactive cube, including a pink elephant with a martini.
Dutch artist Yoon (Toyono) has given us a 2D image created in SL with projected light and no post-processing. It’s titled “The Dark Queen.”
And finally, Scarlett (Doasilike) from Argentina has composed an image with figures, light, and shadows titled “Angels are Everywhere.”
Previously posted by at The University of Western Australia (UWA) in Second Life. Visit http://uwainsl.blogspot.com/2016/07/immaterial-first-entries-arriving.html for original post.