World’s End Garden

Last night I went to a wonderful art exhibit presented by Magi McBride. In the past couple years, Magi has been perfecting her Second Life photographic style and has expanded her reach for new subject matter. And the subject of her latest exhibit was the ominous sounding “World’s End Garden”. Well, ominous or not, the garden inspired Magi to create a stunning series of artistic photographs. I am very impressed with Magi’s collection and bought a couple intriguing works. I also a few photos for the blog, but you really need to visit the iMagination gallery to fully appreciate the beauty of these works.

This is a snapshot of one of the works located in the garden gallery.

The World’s End Garden is the creation of Lucia Genesis. Lucia says of the garden, “Who knew the end of the world would be so…sparkly? That said, there’s something unnerving about World’s End Garden, with its noticeable religious imagery, not to mention the ominous pounding echoing throughout the build; sounds that only grow louder as you reach their source. Dare you explore further?” After having purchased a couple intriguing works from Magi’s collection, I had to go see this place for myself.

Wow! Lucia is truly an extraordinary Second Life gardener, artist and builder.

In addition to the spectacular exhibit, Magi threw a wonderful formal party featuring Strummer Vultee. As always, it was a great party with great people including many bluesy friends.

As the party began, Dillon swept Magi (lower left) off her feet
in his special way (hehe).
Strummer performed and thrilled the crowd with his moving voice.
It was a formal event and there was a large attendence.

Again, you really should scamper on over to the iMagination Gallery and checkout this artwork, then scurry on over to the World’s End Garden to be swept up in the engulfing experience.

/me thinks pensively… /me says, I really am a Second Life Socialite. hehe

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About Yordie

I'm an avatar in Second Life where I star as the heroine of a virtual fantasy life. In the real world, I'm writing my debut sci-fi novel.
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