The original online virtual museum for deceased artists

Fama volat.
(Fame has wings.)

www.lastplace.com, SECTOR III
A museum of Truly Virtual Web Art Museums

Mausoleum Art Museum - Expanding the concept of "Cyberart" to include keeping alive the creative spirit of deceased artists through formal virtual exhibition space dedicated to their remembrance.

rememebering the dreams and effort of those who were inspired


An original cyberart project and concept, established online on August 14, 1997

 

DEDICATED TO THE PERPETUATION AND MEMORY OF DECEASED ARTISTS AND THEIR CREATIVE EFFORTS AND LIVES

 


EXHIBIT GALLERIES

Browsers' note: this is a new web project and service; no substantial art displayed yet; no charge submissions till December 31, 1997.

 

ENTER Exhibit Halls


"Sponsor" that registers an artist's name and work in this virtual museum selects from among the following galleries that best reflects the artist's creative vision, goals and experiences of life-

 

In this life we cannot do great things......We can
only do small things with great love.

Mother Theresa

 

HOW TO REGISTER/SPONSOR A DECEASED ARTIST AND EXHIBIT HIS OR HER ART IN THIS PERMANENT VIRTUAL MUSEUM

Presently NO FEE to register a creative lost one


 

aABOUT THE ARTISTS AND THE ART EXHIBITED

personal history and art documentation

All works' copyrights are retained by the individual artists. Special permission has been granted by each of the artists to exhibit their works of art in this online museum's permanent collection. Please visit Terry Carrolls FAQ, read section 2.3, copyrights.

 


UNSOLVED MYSTERY 1- "When writers die, their writings become less valuable for awhile. When painters die, their paintings suddenly become more valuable. So say those who market arts and crafts. Why this difference? It's unexplained"-from Just Checking, the daily newspaper column of Lou Boyd, Seattle.

UNSOLVED MYSTERY 2- "Your art will be worth a lot AFTER you die."

UNSOLVED MYSTERY 3 - Artistic genius sometimes in undetected in IQ scores that measure "intelligence".

YOUR COMMENTS PLEASE- We would like to receive your viewpoint on any of the above mysteries. The best "explanations" will be posted in a special section of this Web site. Please send comments to <cyberstaff@lastplace.com>


 

Support Organizations



eObituary.com - eObituary.com   is an online service that offers free placement of obituary listings for your loved ones that have passed away; established online in December 1998.

Bereavement and Hospice Support Netline -resource directory includes information on our
Mausoleum Art Museum for ALL deceased artists, no matter what level of success achieved in life;

Growth House, Inc.- the search engine of Death and Dying

Grief Net

Bill Chadnick's ZOOM Grief Resources

Alt. Support Grief - Support Usenet Newsgroup

Memory Mailing List - This is a mailing list to help thoe who have lost a loved one in their lives and would like others to speak to.

Other Support Links

 


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