>A New Garden of Art Opened Today in Second Life

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Le Jardin des Ephemeres & Nitroglycerin  (moderate)

I saw this wonderful photo by Natsha Lemton on Koinup this morning and went inworld to find her other work.  Perfect timing as it happens, today she has officially opened her new gallery – Le Jardin des Ephemeres & Nitroglycerin.  This is one of those occasions when you simply must believe me when I say that my pictures do not convey the beauty of her work.

Le Jardin des Ephemeres & Nitroglycerin  (moderate)

I’d suggest you start your visit by walking out on the long broken pier.  There are a variety of large and small installations and some flying fish who will try and distract you – just don’t trip on the broken walkway.

Le Jardin des Ephemeres & Nitroglycerin  (moderate)

One of the reasons her art is difficult to capture in a photograph is that most of them move and change and utilize light in magical ways.  I loved the gallery building – it’s easy to navigate and provides a great backdrop for the variety of pieces she displays.

Wander around the outside of  the building to find more surprises.  This little guy in back was one of my favourites.

Le Jardin des Ephemeres & Nitroglycerine (moderate)

I’m feeling very lucky to have arrived on opening day.  Natsha is a talented artist and is now on my list of favourites.  Explore the whole island – you’ll find lots of reasons to recommend this location to your friends.
I think is this a great addition to the gallery scene in Second Life.

Le Jardin des Ephemeres & Nitroglycerine (moderate)
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