Patrons who enjoyed Norton Lykin's exhibition at the Rose Gallery, In the Dark, (covered in this blog here two days ago) will no doubt delight in visiting his personal exhibit area, the Impermanence Light House Art Gallery on the sim FILOS. This multi-level space features beautifully executed two- and three-dimensional art, including a small handful of real life images.
Some series of images appear across multiple panels, exploring subtle changes in texture and design (top image in this post), while others explore the works of artists frequently featured in this blog such as Giovanna Cerise or Haveit Neox (image below). After winding through all the floors of the gallery, visitors might want to take a peek at the adjacent island, the entire region being described by Norton as "a mind sandbox and working art gallery." A free gift is available, and artworks throughout the gallery are available for purchase.