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X Spot’s… May 29, 2012

Filed under: Rubisea (Carcass-One),Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 7:02 am

… coming along swimmingly well. Should be open by this weekend. Turns out about all important Pietmond art has been imported within its walls, including material by Julie Takacs, Kenneth Rougeau, Mike Casey, Melodie Darwin, and Kollage Kid. Fantastically grand! And I still will have close to 200 prims more to play around with, which I’ll probably reserve for rezzing stuff/sandbox. The X Spot is a very different gallery in layout than the Galactic Gallery of Pietmond, which it perhaps best compares with in other ways. Galactic was very up and down; X Spot is most definitely a side-to-side gallery. You have to certainly walk a lot more in the new place. But like Galactic, X Spot contains the work of both Kollage Kid and Melodie Darwin (the latter’s work absorbed into the old “Jeogeot Through Art and Word” exhibit — more on that soon), *plus* all the Takacs material from the Norum Gallery, most of the Mike Casey art from SoSo West, and all of the Rougeau pieces from Pietmond South. It’s pretty big.

Hucka D.:

All was leading to the X. Now you know. And *your* material on the ground. You are once again having a piece of cake and eating it as well. Pass the fork!

bb:

Thanks for showing up tonight Hucka D. Going to be a tuff day tomorrow. I wouldn’t blame someone for getting mad. Not at all. Might have to set up controls.

Hucka D.:

Bizarre twist for you. Sorry. We didn’t see it. You were protected.

bb:

Anyway, the gallery looks great. Jeogeot Through Art and Word has survived and thrived with the influx of Darwin photos. It’s obvious that was how it was suppose to look all along.

Hucka D.:

Anything else tonight?

bb:

No I suppose not.

Hucka D.:

Then goodnight. Good luck tomorrow.

bb:

Thanks. Probably need it.

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