|Museum of Surrealism|
The Museum of Surrealism honors Salvador Dali's vision of the inner workings of the mind! This museum is an surreal place nestled on the Enchanted Island. Featured in this museum are prints of a human snail, pirate bottles with aquariums, haunted houses, and aquariums in a huge light bulb.
There is a gallery attached to this museum owned and operated by BambiTwice Nitely. Who had her artwork entered in the Second Life Community Convention in 2010 and is available for sale in the gallery. There are couches and odd doodads such as a birdcage coat rack.
Out side the gallery is this amazing scene, partially available to view in the above picture. Scripted artwork has come a long way since this blogger entered Second Life. There is a huge scripted piece dedicated to Salvador Dali on the right of the museum entrance. It is incredible. All the scripted artwork is amazing!
As you exit the museum door beware of the creaky bridge. It just might dump you in the water! This bridge connects you with the enchanting realm of petite avatars and their world. There are small homes, floral, and a museum with petite artwork! Even this art gallery is influenced by the surreal:
When one sees this upside down house it compels one to peek. Inside are clear walls with water running through the gallery along with almost clear flooring. The artwork is made for a petite avatar's home. Several meters away from this gallery is the landing spot for the sim. It is filled with petite homes, decorations and fauna.
If you are a normal avatar and are curious about tiny avatars this is a great place to start! If you are not interest in small avatars then the Museum of Surrealism is a wonderful, must see site!