Oyster Bay’s 2007 Christmas Greeting


“Just a little” bigger than a Christmas card…I probably should have scaled it down a little…but it was a fun project for the evening.

Not only is it on display on the Oyster Bay waterfront – I hand-delivered it to everyone on my friends list and also distributed it to the legion of Oyster Bay afficionados!

Call it prim spam if you want, but that’s the only time all year that I’ve done that…and it’s important to express your gratitude, appreciation and love to your friends at least once a year. I hope folks like it!
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MoShang Zhao at Winterland


MoShang’s “Chinese Chill” is just incredible…I love to use the term, “Dance Music for Grown-ups,” and it’s really true. There’s an undeniable beat with an extra layer of sophistication to it that makes his performance much more than pop.

MoShang’s going to play Oyster Bay this week – Wednesday at 6PM SLT. Hope you can come see! He offers up a great show with lots of interaction with his audience.
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Special machinima Christmas gift from Cheen & Kronos


At the base of the Oyster Bay Christmas tree – the new Kronos Kirkorian machinima about Cheen Pitney’s “Water is Life.” It’s a powerful statement about the role of water in our lives and our world…and how we also abuse this precious resource. Kudos to Cheen for the build, and to Kronos for the machinima!
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SLArtpedia is now VirtualArtpedia

So says Cyanide Seelowe. Here’s the new link.

The Oyster Bay Christmas tree by WindLight


It’s a wonderful collection of Madcow size and scale, but also the ingenuity of the individual artists in making beautiful ornaments with only 5 prims or less.
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Madcow Cosmos’ tree topper


This squid/star combination sits atop the 80m tall Oyster Bay Christmas tree. What a fantastic contruction….and collaboration! I really need to count all of the artists who put their ornaments on the tree. Yesterday’s call for submissions also got a whole bunch of new ornaments. What fun!
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