Today’s jigsaw comes from an enchanting winter landscape in Shekhawati that has a very special display – of music boxes and Christmas gifts!
After the successful Art of Protest contest at the Art India Gallery in Shekhawati, the Gallery is now presenting an exhibition that fits the Christmas time and which will also provide an auction and sale to support SOS Children India.
Thanks to Trill Zapatero, the exhibtion is set a beautiful, dreamy landscape which invites any visitor to skate (you will find free skaters at the landing spot and can use them to explore the huge exhibtion). 25 Second Life artists have contributed sometimes more than one work. Quan Lavender, the curator, says: “We are a little bit proud of the list of contributing artists,” and it’s not surprising when these include: Arduenn Schwartzman, Betty Tureaud, Bryn Oh, Eliza Wierwight ,chefkoch, Eupalinos Ugajin, Giovanna Cerise, Igor Ballyhoo, Josiane Sorciere, Kicca Igaly, Linus Humphreys, Lorin Tone, Melusina Parkin, Pallina60 Loon, Pol Jarvinen, SaveMe Oh, Secret Rage, Shari Davies, Sir Real, Rebeca Bashly, Rose Borchovski/Caer Balogh, Trill Zapatero and Ub Yifu.
Almost all works are no copy/ trans so that the music boxes are available as gifts. The variety of ideas and styles is amazing: from classic to modern, from poetic to funny. The majority of music boxes are on sale with prices starting from 10 to 1.000 Linden. Some of the works are on auction, and this will run until Dec. 22nd, to have them for Christmas. The entire exhibition runs until Jan. 22nd.
But before you head over there, let’s do a jigsaw! Just for a change, it’s a tri-dove pattern.
Catch up with your Prim Perfect jigsaws (showing images of Second Life and other virtual worlds).
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