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Archived What's New- 1997

WHAT'S NEW HERE -


HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE VISITORS OF WWW.LASTPLACE.COM!!!

FROM THE CYBERSTAFF




Pygoya Recent Works Gallery, Series 1- juried into Cybertown's
prestigious Artists' Showcase, January-June 1998


The Rave Webmuseum of Cyberart is proud to add online its acquisition, "Against the Wall" by Dorothy Simpson Krause, Professor of Computer Art at Massachusetts College of Art and Corporate Curator for IRIS Graphics, Inc., inducted January 5, 1998


Also inducted into the Rave Webmuseum in January 1998 is the historic "computer-automatism" art of Roman Versotko. Pathway Series,1988, one of his early pen plotter creations, helped lead the way to acceptance of computers as new art media that engenders new visual arts culture for a society evolving with high technology.


The New 1998 GREAT! networked art exhibit starts off with Web sites of Artists of the Rave Webmuseum of Cyberart, online start January 6, 1998. 1998 Great!

AND-

Great 1998! - Art Discoveries in Cyberspace

You paint in Cyberspace! @
Java AnfyPaint-The Virtual Gallery
Now you can use a paint program online and send your masterpiece instantly to Italy for consideration of entry into The Virtual Gallery's exhibit; created by Italian digital artist Fabio Ciucci


Ladyhawk's Digital Art Galleries
Elaborate mystical inner vision digital art by Elizabeth Konogeris, also known
as the Web's Ladyhawk and Web Mistress of Atlantis


Anonymomma

Intriquingly Anonymomma, the animated dancing sexy lady with a bag over her head, leads you deeper and deeper, almost seductively into her Web liar; one-of-a-kind experience on the Web from this mysterious and humorous mothery creative individual of Cyberspace


Dave Archer Gallery

Now visit the online Web site of Dave Archer, famous artist and inventor
of Electric Glass Paintings, created with huge voltage electrical discharges

 

Rick Duim

One of the things I don't like about a lot of digital art is that it's
"cold" looking. I've made a conscience effort to give a more "analog"
feeling in my works, and to use warmer and/or vibrant colors to "warm"
the scene.

 

Cyberagenz

At review date January 10, 1998 there were online exhibitions of Gil Bruvel and Masa Inakage

 

Annette Loudon - conceptual Web artist with a insightful commentary about art on the Web versus real world exhibiting

WEBJECT

A San Francisco Web artist's Alternative Art Web Site sending waves across the Net;
some adult material; JT WINE, Web artist


Marketta Leino- animation Play Evolution, 1996 installed into Webmuseum Theater, January 10, 1998

Marketta Leino (b.1957 in Mikkeli, Finnland) Marketta
Leino, pioneering Finnish computer artist, educated at
Tampere University. Art, computer graphic and
multimedia studies in Tampere, Helsinki and Jyvaskyla.
First solo exhibition in Jyvaskyla 1995. Continuously
involved with different art shows in Finland. Now
dedicated especially to web art. A member of the online
gallery Art on the Net since late 1995. A guest artist of
Jyvaskyla Arts Festival 1996. Collections: Kuvataiteen
Keskusarkisto (Helsinki), KELA (Jyvaskyla), Alvar Aalto
Museo (Jyvaskyla).


Elizabeth Best or "Ladyhawk" consents to exhibiting in Cyberists Hall in 1998 and Cecil Herring in the Rave Webmuseum, January 10,1998


WWW.LASTPLACE.COM ADDED TO RENAISSANCE 2001 WEBRING, January 14, 1998

WEBMUSEUM THEATER ADDED TO THE ANIMATION RING, January 15, 1998

THE RAVE WEBMUSEUM OF CYBERART ADDED TO THE DIGITAL RING, January 15, 1998

THE MAUSOLEUM ART MUSEUM ADDED TO THE RING OF HOPE, January 16, 1998

AWARDS PAGE ADDED TO THE AWARDS RING, January 16, 1998


Bereavement, Grief and Memorial Support Links added to the Mausoleum Art Museum as a public service, January 15, 1998


Induction of the work of Robert Downing into the Rave Webmuseum of Cyberart, January
16, 1998


R2001 Gallery -- Pygoya's work displayed as part of Renaissance 2001 Webring's gallery, 1/18/98


WCA- Webmuseum Cybercolony Association - established online January 19, 1998; Elizabeth Best Konogeris, Coordinator


Rave Webmuseum's Spotlight Gallery and Art College Gallery VRML spaces (empty) placed online January 19, 1998


WWW.LastPlace.Com celebrates with a glass of virtual champagne after welcoming the site's entry page hit meter's 10,000th visitor, January 19, 1998. Site went online, May 24, 1997.


Archived What's New announcements for 1997 on January 21, 1998


BRYAN SMITH
INTROSPECTIONS EXHIBITION-HISTORIC FIRST EHXIBITION OF SPOTLIGHT GALLERY
January 24-April 30, 1998


Bryan Smith of Saudi Arabia/California and Birgitta Jonsdottir of Iceland both have works inducted into the Rave Webmuseum on January 24, 1998


New in Webmuseum Theater, January 24, 1998-

SHOW XI Once Upon A Time, Chris Bleicher , 1998 (Munich, Germany)

SHOW XII Hail Rock & Roll!, Dennis Carney, Sr., 1998 (Cleveland, OH, USA)

SHOW XIII Cleveland Sights & Lights, Dennis Carney, Sr., 1998 (USA)


Special Notice- Gallery City Tokyo VR Gallery now featured at
VRML R2001 Gallery of the Rennaissance 2001 Webring (Jan.24,,98)

Also Pygoya's Mona and Pygoyamation 2 animations of Webmuseum Theater
in R2001 Animation Section


 

NEW! GRAND OPENING OF VRML SPOTLIGHT GALLERY OF
THE RAVE WEBMUSEUM OF CYBERART

EXPERIENCE ENLIGHTENMENT
WORLD FAMOUS DIGITAL ARTIST BRYAN SMITH
INTROSPECTION , JANUARY 24-APRIL 30, 1998
catalog of works


THE THUMBNAIL SERIES - All Thumbs!, January 27, 1998
-in the Potpourri Gallery


The Rave Webmueum of Cyberart inducts

Daisuke Matunobu, S-314 of Prismatic Ovals Series, 96; inducted January 27, 1998

S-314 is a digital/acrylic on canvas of the Prismatic Ovals Series that was exhibited by the artist in Japan in 1996. The Rave Webmuseum's S-314 is an original digital image of the acrylic S-314. It is exhibited on the Internet for first hand viewer experience in Cyberspace. States the artist-The VW windows remind me of my childhood when I looked at the eyes of insects. In such simplicity I discover new painting "space" to create a new world for other to see through my artwork.



Cyberists Hall, April 1-June 30, 1998


-new logo for GREAT! exhibitions by Pygoya 2/8/98

 


Webmuseum Cyberculture Research Library's OWN unique contribution to Web culture-
CYBERCULTURE ART MUSEUM
, OPENING SOON - unlike Sector I, Webmuseum Cybercolony's digital art only exhibit spaces, this virtual museum showcases ALL ART MEDIA as long as it involves the Internet /Web as its subject matter; interested artists may inquire with cyberstaff@lastplace.com. (February 11, 1998)


 

Hot Possibility - considerations are going on right now as to the feasibiity of establishing a new sector for www.lastplace.com. A possible Sector IV could be Webmuseum Coalition of Satellite Galleries. These galleries would be at other artists' Web sites as a page (or pages) following the format of Webmuseum art exhibit (catalogs) and thereby be visually consistent as affiliated galleries sites of the museum. These sites would be listed, linked and promoted (free) by Webmuseum as extensions of its mission of becoming an integral part of the fine arts Cyberculture of the Web. The museum and its satellite affiliates, or WCOSG, could be known as The Cyberists and be considered an art movement in Cyberspace. Inquiries by artists are welcomed! cyberstaff@lastplace.com (February 12, 1998)


WCA- Coordinator, Newletter Editor -Elizabeth Best Konogeris,CA,USA

WCA- Asst Coordinator-Denise Ruzich, NY,USAaFebruary 13, 1998d an a


Recent Inductions into the Rave Webmuseum of Cyberart (1998)

Birgitta Jonsdottir, Faces Within, 1998

Daisuke Matunobu, S-314 of Prismatic Ovals Series; 1998

Nam June Paik, Fuku Luck (original video art installation in exhibition in Japan); 1998

Marcel Achard, Epiphany, inducted 1998

Song ki Sung (Geko), Mechanism, inducted 1998

Jeff Alu, Mahahony Hall, inducted 1998


Historic first work inducted into the new CYBERCULTURE ART MUSEUM

SUNRISE IN CYBERSPACE, by Jeff Alu, California, USA, Feburary 16, 1998cco


MIRROR VRML GALLERY OF R2001 WEBRING'S 4-CORNERS WORLD GALLERY

at our member site, LIGHTHOME HAWAII

launched online February 18, 1998
A collaborative project between R2001 Webring and Webmuseum Cybercolony


Pygoya entered his Web virtual residence at
http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/9650

into the following rings, Feburary 24-25, 1998

The Official Geocities Ring

Ring Around Soho Ring


Pygoy
Pygoya joins the WORLD ART PARTY, FEBURARY 26, 1998m


Join our CyberArt Ring - established March 4, 1998; all work completed to make web ring functional online; courtesy of http://www.webring.orgpanying


March 19, 1998- www.lastplace.com/index.html becomes the homepage of the Las Vegas Art Museum with our virtual museums of Webmuseum Cybercolony embedded as cyber Web site "work of art" a milestone in the HISTORY OF ART, cyber or otherwise.

Rodney Chang, aka Pygoya, is been appointed by LVAM as it's Director of Internet Programs, a lst for physical museums, it's "Artist-in-CyberResidence", a first for the Internet and acting Webmaster for Las Vegas Art Museum's homepage and general Web presence.

I am grateful Dennis O'Carney lived to see this happen, which makes his animated art in the virtual museum now part of the Web site of the Las Vegas Art Museum...see next item-


Webmuseum Theater has been renamed The O' Carney Webmuseum Theater after my dear email friend and most prolific contributor to our museum for animation. Dennis O' Carney passed away suddenly at the age of 56 as AOL's "Starving Artist Homepage" Webmaster and will sorely be missed as Pygoya's email virtual soul friend. God Bless You and Rest In Peace, Dennis!-

March 24, 1998D HT


THE LAS VEGAS ART MUSEUM ASKED FOR ASSISTANCE TO CREATE THEIR WEB SITE ON MARCH 13, 1998. ON MARCH 19, 1998 THEIR SITE'S 'HOMEPAGE' WAS THE ENTRANCE TO WWW.LASTPLACE.COM.. ON APRIL 19, 1998 IT WAS REMOVED BECAUSE OF INADEQUATE NEW INFORMATION SUPPPORT FROM THE MUSEUM STAFF. IT AS OF NOW, APRIL 30, 1998, RESIDES IN ITS OWN SITE FOLDER, http://www.lastplace.com/EXHIBITS/LVAM/index.html. CYBERSTAFF, AFTER NUMEROUS EFFORTS, CEASES UPDATE ATTEMPTS UNTIL MUSEUM FINALLY CONTACTS US. DURING INITIAL PLANNING, HOWEVER, THE LVAM CURATOR, JAMES MANN, PH.D, AGREED TO ADOPT 'TRULY VIRTUAL ART MUSEUM' AS LVAM'S ONLINE 'WORK OF ART' AND ESTABLISH IT'S 'ARTIST-IN-CYBERRESIDENCE' PROGRAM, BOTH ENTITIES ORIGINAL TO THE INTERNET AND TO WORLD ART HISTORY.

WWW.LASTPLACE.COM CONTINUTES TO BE PROUD TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH THE LAS VEGAS ART MUSEUM AND HOPES TO FURTHER THE PROGRESS OF INTERACTIVITY BETWEEN VIRTUAL AND PHYSICAL MUSEUMS.

DURING APRIL 1998 THE CURATOR GAVE APPROVAL FOR DR. RODNEY CHANG'S WRITTEN PROPOSAL FOR A SCHOOL OF WEB ART AND WEB GALLERY ON THE PREMISES AT LVAM. THEREAFTER SILENCE SET IT WITH NO EXPLANATION FOR A CHANGE OF PLANS BY NEW MANAGEMENT; ALL WEB RELATED WORK BY CHANG, OFFICIALLY APPROVED 'DIRECTOR OF INTERNET PROGRAMS' FOR THE MUSEUM, WAS IN EFFECT PUT ON HOLD.


THE ART INSTITUTE OF HOUSTON EXHIBITS THE HISTORIC FIRST EXHIBITION FOR ART COLLEGE GALLERY OF THE RAVE WEBMUSEUM OF CYBERART

 

THE ART INSTITUTE OF HOUSTON
(HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA)

THE HUMANITY IN THE MACHINE
AN EXHIBIT OF COMPUTER ART WORKS


April 23, 1998 - September 15, 1998


 

s.DENISE RUZICH
VISIONSCAPES EXHIBITION
May 1 - July 31, 1998


NEW R2001 WEBSITE GIVEN TO LONG TIME ARTIST FRIEND, SHANGLIE ZHOU OF BELGIUM FOR HER MAY 1998 40TH BIRTHDAY BY DR. RODNEY CHANG

http://www.lastplace.com/LHBelgium/index.html


Added translated "mirror" pages for some title pages such as ..index.html; webmuseums.html, tours, shuttle, LHHawaii, LHBelgium, Early Paintings, Rave, Pygoya, Library, vrml index.html, page 171, history of Pygoya art and LVAM homepage and curator greeting. Unsure of translation meanings by this auto-translation program; links from translated url are corrupt and need to be manually reinserted (lots of work!)

French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish - from online Alta Vista free service, May 4, 1998


Famous Belgian Art Installation artist, Shanglie Zhou, now has interesting LightHome Belgium Web site here at www.lastplace.com

Read about her art and interesting life story as a "transgressing" artist originally from China

http://www.lastplace.com/LHBelgium/index.html


HAPPY BIRTHDAY            WWW.LASTPLACE.COM!

Today is the lst anniversary of this Web site, launched May 24, 1997.  - May 24, 1998
Homepage visitor count at around 22,500; total site traffic around 45,000.

Over the year: affiliations include site content with R2001 art ring, Las Vegas Art Museum, LightHome Belgium, sister site in St. Peterburg, Russia, maintaining a permanent copy site for the late Dennis Carney (and renaming Webmuseum Theater to O'Carney Webmuseum Theater), establishing the Rave's Art College Gallery and Spotlight Gallery, establishing Cyberculture Art Museum, additional navigation shortcuts created, such as the Desktop and Bus Shuttle, creating LightHome Hawaii (r2001), the successful show of many digital artists and placement of worthy works in the Rave permanent collection, the internal subdividing of the large site into 4 "subwebs" for better interactivity with the host server (K's grown close to 200 MB)  and the establishment of WCA and WCOSG with LadyHawk

 

WHAT A BUSY AND GROWTH YEAR THIS HAS BEEN!  :)   - cyberstaff

 


Established June 1998- Webmuseum Library's new section:

GLOBAL LIVING HISTORY OF CYBERART - documenting artists' experiences as Cyberartist at the turn of the century; inspired by correspondence by Canadian Ansgard Thomson


Our site is recognized in

History of the Internet- Net Culture & Paradigm Shifts
lists Webmuseums of Cyberart; Internet Valley, Inc.
mirror page-Copyright 1995-1998 Internet Valley, Inc.

 


Marcel Achard - Ritual Reality, Rave Webmuseum's Spotlight Gallery, August 1 - October 31, 1998


34,000+ - index.html homepage; August 1998


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Renata -now  at
Cybersist Hall

August 20- December 31, 1998


 

 

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Kolja Tatic, Yugoslavia
October 1, 1998 - March 31, 1999

GLASS CITY

in VIP Suite Gallery of the

Pygoya Webmuseum


 

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Living within Cyberculture
VRML galleries for Amsterdam, Holland, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Mexico City, Mexico, Seoul, South Korea, New Delphi, India, Bangkok, Thailand, Stockhom, Sweden, Moscow, Russia, Tokyo, Japan, Montreal, Canada, Tel Aviv, Israel, Dublin, Ireland, Frankfurt, Germany, Rome, Italy, Paris, France, Brussels, Belgium, Manila, Philippines, Athens, Greece, Shanghai, China, Madrid, Spain, Sidney, Australia, Cairo, Egypt, London, England, UK, New York City, New York, Uunited States of Americ
The Pygoya Webmuseum featuring
lst Digital Oils on Canvas Recent Works Gallery ,
Cyberart as Painted Canvases
-
The Permanent Museum Collection
1999 Cyberart Download Series,
  Disco as Art Installation
Portal  to Elevator directory of upstairs vrml world city galleries (26)

 

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SISTER WEBSITES EXCHANGE SHOW
ST. PETERSBURG - USA  ROUNDTRIP VISTAS
  April 13  - December 15, 1999

Pygoya's featured work at TC Art Gallery, Russia  1999

Niklas Een, Sweden -  3D Stereogram Art Exhibit, April - August, 1999 - Cyberist Hall
 Gregory Hoose, Iowa -Transcendent Brush -Digital Sumi, April - June, 1999-VIP Suite

 

Nov. 98 Grand Opening - Pygoya Webmuseum Collectibles
- our museum's gift shop & souvenirs gallery in iCat Mall - you can return
from the gift shop to this webmuseum site  by clicking on the "Web Site" icon there


 

Northern Michigan University - October  1998 -January 31, 1999

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at the Rave Webmuseum's College Art Gallery


New links on homepage, index.html- October 23, 1998

Image Map of this Web site    VRML main entrance


100,000th visitor to site - October 18, 1998

40,000th vistor to homepage - October 1998

(homepage, index.html gets approximately 40% of all site hits)

added site search engine to entry pages - October 1998

used demo of Explorit auto submitting search engine program


 

 

Spotlight Gallery
of the Rave Webmuseum

EARL HINRICHS
MASTER FRACTAL ARTIST

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November 1, 1998 - May 31, 1999
in the Spotlight Gallery

To to show now

 

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Spotlight Gallery- Photonic Watercolors  by Larry Lovett, MSEd, Hawaii
June 1 - September 12, 1999

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The Rave Webmuseum & its Spotlight and Art College Galleries-
Catalog of the Permanent Collection in vrml space



Next in Spotlight Gallery- Photonic Watercolors  by Larry Lovett, MSEd, Hawaii
June 1 - September 12, 1999

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Now open (November 1998)- Pygoya Webmuseum Collectibles - our museum's gift shop & souvenir  gallery - you can return to this webmuseum  from the gift shop by clicking on the "Web Site" icon


Around the horn at the Pygoya Webmuseum

 

Vip suite - for special occasions and invited artist cyber-sleep overs and shows-


Penthouse - the no ceiling New York gallery on the 26th VRML floor will soon have it's own express elevator from the Lobby (July 4, 1997); same VRML file as Vip Suite but browser enters at different location of the two 3D spaces sharing a common wall


Giftshop
- see first phonecards (prepaid telephone cards) as signed & numbered limited edition art prints


Collector's Gallery
- see traditional woodcuts of digital imagery


Museum Information Center
- keeps expanding with links that interest cyberartists; includes e-zines, search engine and general reference links in the "Miscellaneous" stacks


Special Effects Galleries
- "Page=Cell" html full screen animation (June 1977); Pygoya working on a web counter based piece (July 1997); Space Gallery exhibit online, October 27, 1997


Cyberculture Research Library
- now includes Newsworks, a consortium of large American newspapers networking 150+ newspapers; includes a word and phrase search engine of the contents of all newspapers! (July 4, 1997); Arts & Science Reference section added 8/97

Cyberists Hall - Four great 3-D digital artists from France are featured in Cyberists Hall's historic first exhibtion here at the Pygoya Webmuseum. They are Thomas Vincent, Pierre Roux, Arnaud Riess and Claudio Gallego. These artists' works were all hardcopied (with the permission and collaboration of the Web artists), framed and installed in 4 locations in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA from October 15 through November 15, 1997. The locations include Roy Ventors Gallery and the RC Gallery of Computer Art. These exhibits salute the concurrent multiple site exhibitions of some of France's leading contemporary artists (28) that participate in an exchange of works between France and Hawaii. Pygoya was part of the 38 Hawaii artists contingency selected by the French back in 1989. Pygoya Webmuseum and the Hawaii Computer Art Society are proud to include Web/digital art to the French exhibits throughout the state. By using the Internet as a resource to locate digital art we have augmented the official cultural exchange/sharing and broaden the Hawaiian's people awareness of contemporary art of today's France. With the success of this endeavor we look forward to more swift and economic cultural exchange exhibits with artists from other countries through contacts from the Internet. - The Cyberstaff, October 1997

<cyberstaff@lastplace.com>


 

Sector I , The Webmuseum Cybercolony for Cyberart
a concise descriptive guide to this Web site
Image Map of this Web site    VRML main entrance

Y2K - Special April 1999 to Jan. 2000  Show: Joan G. Stark, Ohio  
ASCII digital art using HTML code as art medium

 

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Pygoya  Gallery
VRML galleries for Amsterdam, Holland, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Mexico City, Mexico, Seoul, South Korea, New Delphi, India, Bangkok, Thailand, Stockhom, Sweden, Moscow, Russia, Tokyo, Japan, Montreal, Canada, Tel Aviv, Israel, Dublin, Ireland, Frankfurt, Germany, Rome, Italy, Paris, France, Brussels, Belgium, Manila, Philippines, Athens, Greece, Shanghai, China, Madrid, Spain, Sidney, Australia, Cairo, Egypt, London, England, UK, New York City, New York, Uunited States of Americ
The Pygoya Webmuseum featuring
lst Digital Oils on Canvas Recent Works Gallery ,
Cyberart as Painted Canvases, Series I
1999 Cyberart Download Series,  Disco as Art Installation
Portal  to Elevator directory of upstairs vrml world city galleries (26)

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SISTER WEBSITES EXCHANGE SHOW
ST. PETERSBURG - HONOLULU ROUNDTRIP VISTAS
  April 13  - December 15, 1999


Niklas Een, Sweden -  3D Stereogram Art Exhibit, April - August, 1999 - Cyberist Hall
 Gregory Hoose, Iowa -Transcendent Brush -Digital Sumi, April - June, 1999-VIP Suite

 

Nov. 98 Grand Opening - Pygoya Webmuseum Collectibles
- our museum's gift shop & souvenirs gallery in iCat Mall - you can return
from the gift shop to this webmuseum site  by clicking on the "Web Site" icon there



The Rave Webmuseum & its Spotlight and Art College Galleries-
Catalog of the Permanent Collection in vrml space

Earl Hinrichs, Idaho - November 1, 1998 - May 31, 1999 - Spotlight Gallery

Coming in June -
digital art of Bernhard Keller, Cologne, Germany
Jume 15 - December 15, 1999

   Northern Michigan University, Dept. of Art & Design,
October - April 1999 - Art College Gallery

Coming Soon! - Student Digital Art from India - Art College Gallery

Historic lst Art Review of an exhibition at the Rave Webmuseum-
"The Virtual Gallery comes of Age: Denise Ruzich @ The Rave Webmuseum of Cyberart"
by Gerald O'Connell., critical art reviewer,  New York Arts Magazine
Online version at  NYArts   Magazine.com
; archived show catalog



O'Carney Webmuseum Theater , now over 70+ fine arts animations
dedicated to the memory of it's first co-director, Dennis O'Carney of Cleveland, Ohio

New animators for 1999 - Fiely Matias of New York & Camilla Ericksson of Sweden


New August 1999-

http://www.lastplace.com/entrance.html     Shockwave homepage version by Gardiana.com

http://www.lastplace.com/aoh.html     bridge to http://www.artistsofhawaii.com/AOH/Pygoya/Pygoya.html

http://www.lastplace.com/PAI/bio99.htm

http://www.lastplace.com/ArtCapsule - time capsuled co-show of Pygoya with Gardiana of Taiwan

http://www.eprints.bigstep.com - free ecommerce site, bridge to artistsofhawaii.com

http://www.lastplace.com/LivingHistory/busyday.htm - full on start in planning India's lst International digital art shows

 

To: Katy Sabo <aoh@maui.net>
Subject: Re: lastplace
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www.lastplace.com/index.html

Note plug for nynetgallery.com, still in the womb of lastplace.com

NEW SITE just built to feed traffic to my Giclees and aoh.com and



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