Holly Kai Garden

Holly Kai Garden
Holly Kai Garden

Holly Kai Garden is located in the north-east corner of Holy Kai Estate, and is the home to our resident artist, Silas Merlin and our resident photographer, Inara Pey. Reflections at Midnight, an interactive art installation by Frankx Lefavre can also be found between the two studios.

Reached via the bridge connecting it to the north side of Holly Kai Park. the Garden presents the studios for our artists, together with an open-air terrace where Silas displays his sculptures, all of which face out over the beach and Caitinara Bar to one side of the sands.  And of course you can always pop along to the bar and enjoy any of our DJ events.

Reflections at Midnight by Frankx LeFavre: set your local time to midnight, make sure Advanced Lighting Model is enabled via Preferences > Graphics and sit in the chair at the top of the black steps. Optional music stream also available.
Reflections at Midnight by Frankx LeFavre at Holly Kai Gardens: set your local time to midnight, make sure Advanced Lighting Model is enabled via Preferences > Graphics and sit in the chair at the top of the black steps. Optional music stream also available.

About the Artists

Silas Merlin is a Maître Pastelliste of the Société des Pastellistes de France, where he is better known as  Jean-François Le Saint. As an artist in both the physical and digital domains, Silas presents beautiful and compelling images and sculptures for the delight of all who see and purchase them. His 2D images, all of his stunning and richly textured portraits and studies in pastels, are among the most unique images in Second Life, while his sculpture – 3D being a medium into which he has recently moved – are remarkable interpretations of his own art and of famous paintings.

Silas exhibits regularly throughout Second Life, and his exhibitions are not to be missed. You can read more about his work via Living in a Modemworld.

Inara Pey is one of Second Life’s most prolific bloggers. Writing on everything from art and destinations through to technical aspects of Second Life, with weekly updates, as well as covering news of events and virtual happenings in Second Life and beyond, she has established a reputation for balanced and informative reporting. At Holly Kai garden, she presents images she has created of many of the places she has visited in Second Life over the years, and which have generally be use to illustrate her blog.

If you want to say up-to-date on just about everything in Second Life, be sure to read Inara’s blog Living in a Modemworld.

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