Along with our Virtual Artist Alleys on our web site and on Discord, we have a Virtual Art Show being exhibited as part of Balticon Station on Second Life. You can find exhibits by these artists when you teleport in to Second Life:
Heidi Hooper is known as “the Dryer Lint Lady” for the ornate work she does with the material. Her work has been featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not books and museums around the world, and Consumer Reports has called her “The Andy Warhol of Dryer Lint.” She has won two Niche Awards for her work, and last year appeared on ABC TV’s “To Tell The Truth” where celebrities had to guess who the real dryer lint artist was.
Cartoon surrealism is a term that best describes Kriev’s work. Inspired by pop culture as well as mythology, Kriev’s paintings are infused with gothic imagination and humor. Robots, zombies and button-eyed children evolve in a whimsical colorful world where every child, or inner child, is welcome. Two Kriev art books are currently in print: Robot Dreams (2017) and Creepy-But-Cute (2018).
Ravens Ornaments makes illustrated jewelry, apparel, and home decor. Run by an independent artist, my art is inspired by fantasy, myth, anime, and nature. Artwork is mostly traditional, and most of my products are handmade.I am currently working on a line of swim and intimate wear, and interchangeable jewelry sets. I have : face masks, stickers, magnets, pendants, keychains, coasters, mini-sketches, swimwear, intimate wear, and more. I also accept commissions for all of the above.