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“Fragile Spring” Eliza Quinzet Showing at DNA through April!

This Video was made by Robert69 Little, staring musician and poet Rosedrop Rust and featuring the works of virtual glass artist Eliza Quinzet.  Check out Rosedrop’s performance schedule.  This video is presented here courtesy of Dyce Underwood and Armany Thursday of DNA Art and Music Fusion.  Make sure you check out their calendar for their regular music, poetry and art events!

Eliza’s glass artworks are featured this month at DNA Art and Music Fusion in Second Life.  I think this video gives the uninitiated a better idea of what its like in to be in SL.  The glass is also sometimes  hard to capture in photographs because you cannot see motion in animated pieces or the water spraying in the fountains.

This show is called “Fragile Spring.”  I was thinking about  e. e. cummings‘s poem “Spring is like a Perhaps Hand” when I put the show together.  Any opportunity to put art and poetry together and I am a happy avatar.  Check out this great poetry link I found before you check out of here today.  Listen to poetry read by a number of poets!  I leave you with a bit from Cummings:

Spring is Like a Perhaps Hand

…spring is like a perhaps
Hand in a window
(carefully to
and fro moving New and
Old things,while
people stare carefully
moving a perhaps
fraction of flower here placing
an inch of air there)and

without breaking anything.


About Eliza Quinzet-Leijon

Interested in all creative endeavors, Eliza collects virtual books and art in Second Life. She also creates virtual sculptures. Lisa Johnson has an MA in Rhetoric and Composition and currently teaches English composition. She is currently attempting to learn Swedish in order to raise her status from that of mono to bi-lingual. Apparently, the ability to say "hello," "goodbye," "please," thank you," and "WTF" in English, Spanish, Mandarin, and Swedish does not make one a polyglot.


2 thoughts on ““Fragile Spring” Eliza Quinzet Showing at DNA through April!

  1. Good job

    Posted by Vicki | May 2, 2012, 11:35 pm

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