There is still time to visit the summer exhibit at Wanderlust in Quentin. The above photo, snapped in the birdhouse, shows 2D work by the avatar who started it all, Mr Kaplan, (Quinn Leilani).
The biggest creative changes to Wanderlust were prompted by “the neighbors”. In SL, as in RL, adaptation is important. WANDERLUST Cafe owner Saul Goodie did an awesome renovation of the parcel while keeping the vibe and spirit of the art collective and destination space. There remains outdoor seating plus a quiet indoor cafe area with more space on the roof top.
The rooftop currently holds several works by Elle Thorkveld.
A nearby building exhibits both 2D and 3D works by four avatars. Shown above are pieces by Klaus in the foreground and art by Giselle Seeker on the wall.
The second level houses Art by Saul.
Outside this building is a Victorian Crossing Signal from Ying Industries. The park side has a Tesla Wireless Phone, also from Ying Industries, displayed on a pedestal.
A couple of the pieces shown on the Cafe side were originally in the Glass Jars Keepsakes Contest. The lovely piece in the foreground is by Olive.
In the center of the photo is a vase by Lynette Trinity, an ongoing contributor.
On the wooden display fence are beautiful works by the illustrator Chris Attwell. (Seraphim Placebo.)
On the park side, a photograph by new contributor Adrianna Biziou.
Usually I keep my draw distance down for photographing the Art Park. The red and white lighthouse, a landmark that has been in this view since way before the park has been here is gone, the land abandoned.
Also gone is the imposing castle with the dragon family. That land is for sale along with several other parcels in the area.
The art propped up against the stone fence is by Klaus, with a timely notecarded thought.
Above, 2D pieces from left to right by Klaus, Kate Silver, Saul Goodie, Lynette Trinity, Elle Thorkveld and baker Bloch.
Pieces by contributors, ChrysTeRox, serra Qendra, Melusina Parkin and Wheedle.