AJFA Gallery in Virtual Reality
This is a new and exciting endeavor for Ali Jay Fine Art. As virtual reality is becoming more and more popular we are seeking new ways to bring art to our collectors.
To visit our virtual gallery in virtual reality you will need VR headset like Oculus GO, Quest or Reef. If you do not own a VR headset, you can still attend and watch VR art openings live via Facebook live stream. Please, follow Art Gate VR on Facebook to attend.
See an example of an opening from October 15 by Art Gate VR.
Please join us at our art opening in VR on Friday, November 13 at 6:00 PDT
for gallery tour and artist talk presenting art by Jai Mitchell in a show
"Corn starch for broken feathers".
Watch Jai speak about the title HERE
About Jai Mitchell
In 2014, Jai Mitchell found art therapy and used it as the pathway to a new beginning.
Through his work, he came to realize that the paths that lead to fear, anxiety, depression and hopelessness are not dead ends. With the right tools and support, those paths lead to creative breakthroughs.
Jai’s works often evoke the dark night of the soul, but it is his hope that everyone will recognize the call of that voice, and reach back out to it in its hour of need.
Jai Mitchell recently illustrated a book by Jeff Pierce
"The Reckoning. Book One: The Anointed Angel Comes"
that was published in March 2020.
He is currently working on illustrations for Book Two due to be published in early 2021.
In his work artist and filmmaker Jai Mitchell explores the way art allows to process past trauma, and pain and continuously explore childhood wounds laying a path towards healing and emotional resurrection. He lets us into his world and courageously shares his intimate life stories through powerful and deeply moving pieces. Jai’s art shocks, inspires and lifts a veil into his soul and invites us to feel: both pain and joy from connecting to that raw core of the toughest and the most beautiful part of our being.
Instructions on HOW TO SET UP.
Email to inquire about a piece you saw in VR.