Orion and Lisa Deezul, owners and creators of Deezuls Mall and the innovative brands Easy Rock Music, Jupiter, Crazy Mad and Swerve Scooters are proud to announce a special garden party reception in their private home featuring Easy Rock’s newest Artist-in-Residence, Ricardo Avalira. Orion and Lisa will be opening their garden to feature a special photographic journey through Ricardo’s work at a unique event, A Midsummer Night’s Garden Party on this Sunday, August 4th at 4:00 p.m. SLT.
Ricardo Avalira is a nature photographer and this exhibit features the beautiful landscapes and nature found in the Northwest region of the United States. Take a walk through the Deezul’s enchanted garden and take in the amazing photos of Mt. Ranier, Snoqualmie Pass and beautiful flowers! Ricardo has been enjoying his passion for photography for over 20 years. He developed a keen eye for taking the most amazing floral photography and then recently began working with panoramic landscape.
Orion and Lisa founded the Easy Rock Artist-in-Residence program in order to help artists gain more attention for their work in Second Life. The Easy Rock Artist-in-Residence program solicits original artists in Second Life to apply for gallery space in Easy Rock. Once selected, artists are provided with their own gallery space free of charge that they can use and design as they wish to exhibit their work. The artists may also offer their work for sale and 100% of the proceeds go directly to the artist. Other current Artists-in Residence are Janine Portal and Xirana Oximoxi.
Orion and Lisa are asking guests to set the viewers to the “Midnight” setting for the event for optimal viewing! There will be a special fireworks display that can’t be missed during the reception.
If you are an artist or know of an artist that would like to apply to be an Easy Rock Artist-in-Residence, then simply contact Orion Deezul or Lisa Deezul in Second Life or send an email to EasyRockMusic@gmail.com
SLURL to the event:
A Midsummer’s Night Garden Party
Featuring the Nature Photography of Ricardo Avalira