The Ritchey Sealey art studio in Second Life (Ponden, 147, 212, 33) is really something special. It is a showcase of the real works of Ritchey, and features works using media such as oils, acrylics and charcoals. He has a stunning collection of modern abstract work in vibrant bold colours and geometric shapes – here is me below interacting with one of my favourite pieces:
But as well as that he has some amazing seascapes – and having grown up by the beach I am always moved by images of waves crashing against rocks. Here’s one of my favourites taken in the studio:
Ritchey’s real art can be bought online here: http://ritcheysealy.photography.com.au/
I wonder if I could convince Ritchey to do a Filthy Fluno and commission a piece which incorporates my avatar a la image number two there. I wouldn’t mind the seascape either!!! I don’t usually look at art in SL with a view to purchasing the real versions, but since Ritchey lives in the same country as me, it is easier to imagine, or at least to dream, of dropping by his studio and picking up the ones I fell in love with in his SL studio.