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Friday, October 28th – 12 PM SLT

Bamboo Barnes: Personal Aspect

Bamboo Barnes is unsurpassed among SL artists in the extraordinary quality of her works and breadth of graphic art genres. No gallery is large enough to hold her best works, but we have the next best thing: Her own selection of her favorite works.

This is a unique look at Bamboo’s entire collection through her own eyes.

Music set by DJ Carelyna

Our cheerful welcome for the beauty of art & music!

Bamboo Barnes: “Personal Aspect” – Teleport

Bamboo Barnes Bio

Self–taught artist, creating digital art in virtual worlds (Second life) since 2011

I began making images in Second life in 2011 with avatar screenshots. Seeing 3D installation works in SL in 2013 changed my art-making path completely, as I fell in love with them. Since then, I am on my way. After 10 years I am still making images in the metaverse of SL as an artist, I am learning and developing everyday:

Art is never finished, just abandoned.
The artworks in this exhibit are about my emotions which aren’t clear to see. I hope that you will see something in them for you. Life goes on.
” Bamboo Barnes

Bamboo Barnes wishes to thank:
Hans Goosson for your constant support.
Haveit Neox , Theda Tammas, Livio Korobase, JadeYu Fhang, Cherry Manga, Rebeca Bashly, Giovanna Cerise, Bryn Oh , Mistero Hifeng and all other 3D installation artists. Your artworks make me stay in Second life.
Thank you to all the gallery owners and curators for your endless patience and support.


2021 April 24th ~ 28th May 2021 “Marginal Mannerism” at DIXMIX Gallery

2021 Feb 27th to March / ” Blue Snow” at Kondor Art center

2020 October ~ present/ ArtCare gallery

2020 Sep–present / “Receding Reality” at Ribong Gallery Artspace 2243

2020 Aug–Sep / “Where the Rainbow Ends” at Hannington Endowment for The Arts

2020 July -present at Akiniwa (SL art and RL art) Bamboo´s hall Akiniwa – Bamboo´s corner 2 Akiniwa

2020 April–Sep / “Meant to be” at Itakos Project

2020 Jun / “Tranquil droplet” at Nitroglobus Roof Gallery

2020 Jan 31–May 29 / “Shelter” at MEA

2020 Mar–Apr / “Bamboo Barnes” at Hoot Suite Art Gallery

2019 Oct–2020 Feb. / “Maze” at ArtCare Gallery

2018 Mar 21–May 20 / “Mind” at Koka Gallery

2019 Jul 20–Sep / “Faces” at Art Free

June 2017–present / Ongoing solo exhibits at The Galleries (2020 Mar, Jul; 2019 Jul, Nov; 2018 Apr, Jul, Dec; 2017 Jun, Nov)

June 2017–present / Ongoing solo exhibits at Vision of Beauty Art Complex (2019 Jul, Aug, Dec; 2018 Jul, Aug, Dec; 2017 Jul, Dec)

2016 Dec / “Themeless Colors” at Empusa Art Gallery
2015 Sep./ Windlight gallery
2015 July / “Outside and Inside,” co-exhibit with Livio Korobase at LEA11
2014 / RoseTheater Gallery4
2013 / RoseTheater Gallery4
2013 Jul / Ub’s


2020 Oct- / ArtCare Gallery

2019 Nov–2020 Jan / Art In the Park Gallery
2019 Dec 11–2020 Jan 10 / VeGeTaL PLaNeT
2019 Dec 2–31 / Merry Arts
2018 Jan–Feb / Kandis Gallery
2017 Oct / TerpsiCorps Isle
2017 June / LEA10
2014 Spring / Creation Park
2014 / BlueMoonGallery
2013 Sep–2014 Feb / “The Freedom Projects” at University of Western Australia sim
2013 June / “Art Festival” at MadPea
2013 April–May / BlueMoonGallery
2013 March / Art4U
2013 Spring / Creation Park


2021 March 10 / Bamboo’s Blue Snow in Second life”

2020 October 14 / VIRTUALITY

2020 Jun 8 / “Tranquil Droplets at Nitroglobus in Second Life” by Inara Pey

2020 Apr 16 / Review of “Meant to be” exhibition at Itakos gallery in Second Life by Diomita Maurer


2021 April 23 / VIRTUALITY – Interview with Bamboo Barnes

2017 Sep 7 / “Cajsa’s Choices: Bamboo Barnes Turns Second Life Screenshots Into Brilliant Abstract Art” by Cajsa Little hook

“Thank you to Mr. Haveit Neox for kindly displaying my images at his own sim: ACC Alpha/114/169/355”

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