Author: Rae Myers

The New York Times 52 Places To Go In 2020

N.Y. Times 52 Places To Go 2020 PASO ROBLES, CALIF. The Central Coast does its best Tuscany A series of still photographs, faded from one to the next, shows the lights’ slowly undulating colors.Beth Coller for The New York Times California’s Central Coast has been known as California’s other wine country since the actor Paul… Read more »

Sensorio – U.S. News & World Report

Sensorio – U.S. News & World Report December 31 BY JOHN ROGERS, Associated Press PASO ROBLES, Calif (AP) – It’s an art installation, sure. But the internationally acclaimed artist who created the interactive work “Field of Light at Sensorio” in California sees it as much more than that. It is, says Bruce Munro, a conduit… Read more »

Sensorio Announces the Extension of Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio Extended Through June 30, 2020

Field of Light at Sensorio 2020 Press Release SENSORIO ANNOUNCES THE EXTENSION OF Bruce Munro: FIELD OF LIGHT AT SENSORIO DUE TO OVERWHELMING PUBLIC DEMAND Extended through June 30, 2020 PASO ROBLES, CA (10 December 2019) — Due to overwhelming public demand, Sensorio announces the extension of the stunning outdoor art exhibit Bruce Munro: Field… Read more »

A Light Safari in Wine Country

A Light Safari in Wine Country Public light spectacles by artists like Bruce Munro herald a movement that infuses culture in valleys of viticulture (and blazes new trails in cities, too). Published September 15, 2019 By Patricia Leigh Brown PASO ROBLES, Calif. — This state is rife with roadside attractions, from the colossal drive-through redwood trees off… Read more »

American Wonders: The “Field of Light”

“CBS This Morning” is launching a new series called “American Wonders.” From majestic natural landscapes to spectacular creations, we’ll explore places that make America wonderful. Set in a hillside in the central California city of Paso Robles is the “Field of Light.” The field is 15 acres, filled with tiny light bulbs of vibrant colors. The art installation comes alive for visitors only when it’s dark outside.

Here’s the best way to experience the ‘Field of Light’ in Paso Robles

By RACHEL SCHNALZER AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT EDITOR  SEP. 16, 2019 PASO ROBLES, Calif. —  Come for the wine. Stay for the 58,800-plus technicolor flowers. Paso Robles, just 3½ hours north of Los Angeles, is home — for now, anyway — to the “Field of Light at Sensorio,” 15 acres of fiber-optic solar-powered lights. I recently traveled to this Central… Read more »

A Field of Beautiful Light

Every now and then a girl’s gotta get out of town. That’s what I did last weekend when I went to Paso Robles to see artist Bruce Munro’s massive outdoor walk-through installation called Field of Light; at 15 acres it’s his largest work to date…and amazingly, it’s solar powered.

Field of Light at Sensorio

It’s been over a decade since my parents and siblings moved to the UK, and each time they return to the Golden State for family reunions there is always one comment you can count on hearing them say, “It’s so good to be back home in the land on gentle rolling hills studded with gnarled oak trees”.

California Hillside Glows

A hillside in California’s wine country has been brought to life with thousands of colourful solar-powered lights.

The “Field of Light” exhibition by British artist Bruce Munro, who is known for his large-scale light installations, is made up of 58,000 stemmed glass globes lit by fibre-optics. Visitors walk through the exhibition, set in 15 acres of rolling hills, as the lights change colour and sway in the breeze.

American Wonders: California’s glowing “Field of Light”

Set in a hillside in the central California city of Paso Robles is an art installation called the “Field of Light.” It’s 15 acres filled with tiny light bulbs of vibrant colors — and it only comes alive for visitors when it’s dark outside. At Sensorio, an immersive art venue in the area, more than 58,000 solar-powered spheres shimmer in Paso Robles’ fields. The installation is the work of British artist Bruce Munro.