Archive of Cleo Tebaldi

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Summer is such a good time to settle in with a good book. Here’s what I’ve read so far this summer. Any suggestions for good reads? !. American Rust by Philip Meyer: Beautiful, desolate, engrossing book about industrial decay and growing up among all the disappointments of faded greatness. 2. The White Devil by Justin [...]

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This is the first article in a series covering various aspects of writing, reading, and workshops in SL. So much of what we pour into SL depends on creativity. We create this world together, so it’s no surprise that creative people congregate here. Writers are no exception. Whether playing around while procrastinating or getting real [...]

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O Beco, an installation by Cullum Writer and Adreano Constantine We creatives tend to be somewhat sensitive (who me?) especially when it comes to the integrity of the work we produce. The thought of handing over a painting, photograph, story, poem, or other artwork to someone else for manipulation would send chills up most artists’ [...]

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Down By Law at the now-supsended Salt Movies and moviemaking have been a huge part of my life, as they have for almost all of us. I remember the first time I saw the Wizard of Oz on the big screen, stunned by not only the sheer size of the images, but that change shift [...]

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- I make images like i cook – I cook like i make images – I am fishing for eyecandy Fiona Leitner Cleo Tebaldi?: I love your artist’s statement. Tell me more about how cooking informs your art and where you seek inspiration for “ingredients.” Fiona: [9:21]  Fiona Leitner?: welllll I really love cooking and [...]

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Unexpected Collaborations In celebration of seven years of flying, tping, pose-balling excitement, the Lindens have put together quite an exhibit—200 sims of art, literature, music, and just plain fun, all on the theme of “Unexpected Collaborations.” The celebration runs until June 27th, so hurry! This is a good week to wander the exhibits and reflect [...]

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When I was new to SL, I discovered the Library of Illumination, a beautiful building housing Dickens, T.S. Eliot, Virginia Woolf and other classics. With lovely polished carved wood textures and a lush red velvet couch, the Library of Illumination was a kind of second home for me (literally, in my early days I tried [...]

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I encountered the lunar landscape and tender, lonely robots of Bryn Oh’s Immersiva many months ago. I return there often to wander, gather inspiration, or just to appreciate the creative spirit behind its beautiful machines. Recently, I’ve had the good fortune to encounter more of Bryn’s work and I had the pleasure of meeting Bryn [...]

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Chat with Cleo: Sledge Roffo Sledge Roffo and his lovely partner Jewel MacMoragh were kind enough to entertain me at their lovely seaside garden spot. Under the pergola, Sledge and I discussed his work, his approach to art, his process, and the beauty of Primagery. Cleo Tebaldi: I want to start by saying how much [...]

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“Please stop sudsing the parks’ ponds. Our geese do not understand April Fool’s Day.” ~  Leslie Knope My RL bike had a flat, my cat was sick, it was cold and rainy out, and my shoulder injury (long story) was aching and what I really wanted to do? Was go for a bike ride through [...]

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