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Art galleries are going virtual.

Steam Punk is an online art gallery. People don't have to go out to an art gallery these days.

The art galleries have gone digital!

Pinterest, Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter are just a few places where people share their art.

But to get into a virtual art gallery you have to do some searching.

In the near future we will put on our virtual reality goggles, do a Google search on our Samsung Galaxy phone, whatever that next number might be at that time, and it will be as if we were walking through the gallery in 3-D while all along we would be talking to our friends on the phone or listening to our favorite music from our bluetooth device.

Virtual art is more digital than ever

You have your LCD or LED flat screen with a picture of your favorite landscape that plays for several hours with the natural sounds of the water rushing down a falls or against the beach and the light winds, along with whatever live animals or birds might happen by. That is going to be more common than oil paintings are today.

The virtual art gallery. Here is a link to one. GO HERE TO EXPERIENCE IT


Image Credit » 3 trees by Anthony Davis

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MegL wrote on March 1, 2016, 1:57 AM

I have been to a couple of art galleries, including the Louvre in Paris and the Tate gallery in London but they are not of great interest to me. I would be unlikely to use a virtual art gallery.

lookatdesktop wrote on March 1, 2016, 8:57 AM

Perhaps but does the idea seem interesting at all to you? There are days I don't feel like going Downtown to our main gallery. I find parking a problem and traffic horrendous. So it would make me happier if I myself could take advantage of surfing the net for art that way.

Last Edited: March 1, 2016, 8:58 AM

MegL wrote on March 1, 2016, 4:13 PM

If you like surfing for art, then great. I do not appear to possess artistic talent emoticon :sad: and certainly art does not attract me. I prefer photography and I surf photo sites. Maybe that is the same kind of thing?