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Blue Feather Gallery Tour, 08/20/10 (Floor 1) August 20, 2010

Filed under: Blue Feather Gallery — baker Blinker @ 6:46 pm

Welcome to the Blue Feather Gallery in Noru!

In August, the gallery has been redesigned/enlarged to feature an exhibit celebrating the continent of Jeogeot through art and word. Moving through the main part of the gallery bottom to top equates with moving around the continent in a general west to east and then south to north direction. The central Big E of the gallery, also new, stands in for the Korean Channel, the central sea of the continent and a type of pivot point.

Maps, notecards, web sites, and links to my blog, when appropriate, are found at the beginning of each of the 5 floors of the exhibit. Click on map locations (red balls) for related SLurls. A master map is found on floor 1. Much of the art is free, almost so, or nfs.

Also in the gallery as a whole remain some of the SL narrative works created in the last 1 1/2 years or so, including “E: A Letter of Stories”, “Wall of Ass.”, and “Baker Bloch in England”. Most pictures have accompanying text when moused over.

To visit exhibits assoc. with the Big E, select teleporter destinations that have “Big E” in the description. All officials gallery teleporters are marked with a blue feather. To visit the “Baker Bloch in England” exhibit in the tower above, use the “Up” teleporter just inside the door of the patio containing the “Blue Feather Gallery — Middle” teleporter.

And we have a bar now as well (!): Something to CHRO about. Select the “Blue Feather Gallery — Middle” teleporter once more.

LOOKING FOR MY 10×10 COLLAGE?? Check here!

http://slurl.com/secondlife/Rubi/103/68/232

Enjoy your visit!
– baker Bloch

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