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About Art (a humble essay) by Frolic Mills

Take for example the painting 'The Scream' by Edward Munch. I asked many of my friends if they thought that was a beautiful image and ALL said no, I asked them if they thought it had a high level of technical expertise and they again said no. What I didn't tell them was that this painting just set a new record for the latest price for a piece of artwork ever sold when Edward Munch’s “The Scream” went for $119.9 million to an unidentified buyer.  Drawn in 1895, ‘The Scream’ is the artist’s most famous work and one of the most recognizable works in all art. It also stands for a symbol of human anxiety.  Perhaps in this case, it is the message which makes this painting valuable.

About Art (a humble essay)

Art is one of those words that has millions of definitions that yet leave you wondering what art really is.

Here are some samples:

the Irish Art Encyclopedia: “Art is created when an artist creates a beautiful object, or produces a stimulating experience that is considered by his audience to have artistic merit.”

Here we find when art is created but not what art is.

Dictionary.com defines it as: the quality, production, expression, or realm, according to aesthetic principles, of what is beautiful, appealing, or of more than ordinary significance. … Continue Reading

Spotlight On: Colour of Couture Founder Reign Congrejo

As pageant and contest season comes around to Second Life, two big factors that will play an important role to most entrants are uniqueness and diversity.  Finding a pageant that has both can be a bit hard to come by. Since its birth, Colour of Couture Top Model pageant has cause much buzz around the SL grid. I have decided to sit down with the brain child behind the pageant, Reign Congrejo, to get answers to a some of the controversial questions about Colour of Couture.
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What Some People Will Never Say

It is very hard to predict what a person might do or say, the creative minds of those around us makes the world quite unpredictable. However, the opposite may be easier to calculate… With this in mind, I present an updated version of an article I wrote in 2007 named: What some people will never say.

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This is my first attempt at writing a poem in English, please don’t be too harsh on me.
This is dedicated to all those people who can make a difference.

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The Side Effects of My Second Life

I was having a conversation about three weeks ago with Rusch Raymaker concerning random attacks made on us both via an anonymous website. I asked Rusch what we were doing that prompted so much hatred from a few anonymous people. It’s funny how some people make us look like two raging warriors against each other. The fact is we have a very cordial relationship. Rusch simply said, “Frolic, make yourself happy. Love and light will lead the way.”

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I APOLOGIZE. (1) I screwed up. MEA CULPA MAXIMA……………… I’ve returned from my weekend of RL adventure away from the Internet and Second Life. I came back to a post-apocalyptic wasteland in SL. And it’s ENTIRELY my fault. (2)

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Nave Fall Has a Few Corrections to Note

There are a couple of corrections to the “The White Knight of FFL 2012 – Zeebster Colasanti CEO of Dream Seeker Estates” article about Zeebster Colasanti and Dream Seeker Estates that I’ve been remiss in not making before now.

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What Will I Get Out of This Second Life?

About a month ago I received an anonymous note card challenging me by saying something like:  “If Linden Labs ever closed Second Life, what would you be left with?” It was written, of course, in the nastiest and most cynical way anyone would care to read. I didn’t think it had anything intelligent to say so I discarded it.

Today for some reason, I remembered this comment and I started to think about it. What will I be left with when SL closes?  Beautiful memories and a great experience is the best answer I am able to come up with.

Is it worth it?  Oh yes, it is!

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