Profile by Theda Tammas

Nothing really seems permanent.
Sometimes there is a moment in life when we realize that something has changed in our life.

Theda, experience that moment as she had to give up her RL artwork because her life had changed.

And because she’s a strong, smart, and capable person, she has found ways to make a new direction meaningful for her.

I am sure it took some time, but when we think of all the positive aspects that emerged from this situation, we can only sincerely congratulate her on bringing the light out of the situation.

On April 20, 2007, Theda logged into Second Life for the first time and found the “window” to vent her mind.

Theda has transformed her experience and deep love for sculpture by RL into her second life.

Always guided by strong feelings and memories, things that moved and inspired her.

Theda’s works are “alive”, have “soul” and each of her installations is a masterpiece full of gorgeous colors and expresses the beauty of deep feelings.

Theda is an artist with the ability to make feelings palpable in her works for the viewer.

As she said; many people think that her art work often expresses sadness.
Theda’s art works are associated with colors, animations and forms that fantastically
reflect emotions, and as we all know, one of the strongest emotions is sadness.

Moved by Thedas personality and art work, it is always worthwhile to pause for a moment to experience and enjoy all the colors, shapes and feelings in her work.

Choreography of a tortured soul by Theda Tammas


Your life without art would be …
Theda: Boring.

Where do you get your inspiration from?
Theda: Memories of feelings experienced, something I saw and moved me.

What is your work about?
Theda: I try to show what touches me, giving soul to my work. Most of the time I talk about myself. Many people say its sad what I do, but sadness is not a bad thing in my view, maybe I am still looking for something I did not found yet. Also, I am RL frustrated artist, had to give up making RL art because of life. So SL gives me the window to vent my thoughts.

Silence by Theda Tammas

How is the artistic process like there? Do you see an object / person / landscape first and then the idea comes up? Or is it upside down?
Theda: When I listen, see or feel something I try to make it visible, transforming it in an art piece.

Your mantra?
Theda: Be yourself.

Currently, the best place for you in SL?
Theda: My working space.

A question that moves you right now …
Theda: What’s next?

Is there a work of art in your life that particularly impressed you?
Theda: The first time I went to a Museum, a child look.

What is art for you – now completely independent of the usual definitions?
Theda: A way to express emotions.

Dissected soul by Theda Tammas

Was there a key experience or has the artist profession always been your dearest wish?
Theda: I have had a sculptor experience which I loved.

What drives you?
Theda: My feelings.

Do you feel understood with your art?
Theda: No, of course.

Do you think that you can make a difference with your art?
Theda: No, of course.

Do you think that everyone is an artist?
Theda: I think art cannot be discussed. Also tastes…

Encoeur by Theda Tammas

Do you have any role models? If yes, which?
Theda: Meilo Minotaur gives me emotions.

What does the term art mean to you?
Theda: Strong feelings.

Are there any topics that you are particularly interested in implementing?
Theda: I would like to learn how to make machinima.

Because my art partner Iono Allen is too French, I mean too lazy!

Choreography of a Tortured Soul – Video by Iono Allen

What is your strength?
Theda: My work has soul.

What was the best advice you have ever received in SL?
Theda: Don’t fall in love

Parapina by Theda Tammas

Your next projects, exhibitions. Where your art can be seen?

Theda: Apsara – अप्सरा – Female spirit of the clouds and waters,
Divinity of dancers & arts in general in the Womb of Dixmix Gallery

Dixmix Gallery Teleport

“Apsara” by Theda Tammas – Video by Tutsy NAvArAthnA


“In SL to vent weird thoughts.”

My installations are at my Weebly.

Apsara by Theda Tammas

Theda Tammas Website

Theda Tammas Flickr

Art Promotion by Violet Boa

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3 thoughts on “Interview with Theda Tammas

  1. Yes her works has soul which makes Theda so outstanding artist.
    I am grateful to have the chances to experienced her artworks,
    thank you from my heart Theda Tammas.

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