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In my Facebook Group about art in Second Life® and Sansar®, my dear friend Maddy (she is also one of the administrators of the group and for sure the most active) shared a sequence of excellent photos taken by Anny Theurer about an art exhibition: Sisi Biedermann’s Art Show.

So, I had the pleasure to know this artist, reading her biography that you can get just clicking on the box at the entrance of Bodega Bay (the box says “click to get my notecard”).
Bodega Bay is a spot that gives space to art, especially art that has gay like subjects and theme.

The owner is Jeppe Violet, who is also the JV Construction CEO (“JV offers help, advice, and inspiration for building in Second Life, especially with textures”).

I read she is in Second Life since 2007 and also an acrylic painter in Real Life.

This one is her biography:

I joined Second Life in 2007, and back then I never realized how much this would mean to me.
Back then I had just started painting with acrylics after a very long break where I raised my children and looked after my family and my work.
Today I have been painting several hundred paintings since 2007, and I still get a lot of inspiration from nature, second Life and northern islands such as Faroe Islands and Iceland.
In SL I started taking photos already in 2008 and has developed my style ever since. All this brings me to where I am today, and I hope you will enjoy my pictures.

Like she wrote, she likes to paint various subjects, especially getting her inspiration from SL® landscapes.
I admit that my favorite paintings are those have flowers like subjects. I love artist colors choice and her style.


Sisi Biedermann shows her art also in some other places that I mention at the end of the post, so you will be able to visit if you like to know better this artist.

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