Artist Bruce Munro creates such immersive landscapes with light. Bruce Beaton St Clair Munro (born 2 June 1959) is a dual nationality English/Australian artist known for producing large immersive site-specific installations, often by massing components in the thousands.
Internationally recognised artist Bruce Munro returns by popular demand with his biggest Field of Light ever seen in the UK. It may look like a field of fireflies or something out of a fantasy movie, but it’s actually the latest (and largest) installation of artist Bruce Munro’s “Field of Light.”Gracing the Paso Robles’ Sensorio gardens in California, the installation includes over 58,000 glowing stemmed spheres connected by solar-powered, fiber-optic strands.
For his Field of Light installation, the British artist flew 40,000 lightbulbs to the red heart of Australia, home of the Anangu peoples.
"Field of Light was one idea that landed in my sketchbook and kept on nagging at me to be done," Munro said. Field of Light, Paso Robles, California.
The largest Field of Light to date, more than 50,000 stems crowned with frosted-glass spheres, will bloom as darkness falls over Australia's spiritual heartland.
9 Nov-2 Jan, 2016-17 Wed-Sun. Art.
For 15 years, British artist Bruce Munro has illuminated landscapes around the world with his fanciful Field of Light installations.Comprising myriad glowing orbs, each site-specific work of art accentuates its surroundings while also shedding light on the “shared human experience”—a concept at the core of Munro’s latest luminous project, Field of Light at Sensorio. Frequently, Munro’s subject matter is his own experience of fleeting moments of rapport with the world and existence in its largest sense, of being part of life’s essential pattern. Available for sale from Hilton Asmus, Marco Nereo Rotelli, DIVINA NATURA Field of Light 5 (2013), Monoprint on canvas hand painted by artist, 39 × 26 in Bruce Munro is an internationally acclaimed British artist best known for his vast and immersive light-based installations. Photo: The idea for the project was conceived by the artist at Uluru. 1.4K likes. An immersive art installation by Bruce Munro, Field of Light: Avenue of Honour pays homage to the Anzacs with 16,000 shining spheres at Mt Clarence marking the last sight of home for 41,000 troops who departed from Albany for the Great War. Treated to a fabulous sunset prior to entering the acres of multi colored amazing light show. For this latest project, which is part of a series called Field of Light, the artist has chosen the great Australian outback as his canvas, namely the …
Artist Bruce Munro was camping at Uluru (aka Ayers Rock) in Australia in 1992 when he envisioned the art installation on today"s homepage. The Field of Light art installation by international artist Bruce Munro, has arrived at Uluru. His first inspiration to create a field that bloomed at night came to him on his first visit to Uluru in 1992. Following the most recent government update the house, grounds and car park remain closed while we carefully plan the safest route to a gradual, phased and considered re-opening of our outdoor spaces. This exclusive dining experience combines the award-winning Sounds of Silence dinner under the outback sky with the Field of Light art installation. The result is the culmination of decades of dreaming Arrival to the Paso Robles fields of solar flowers. A night at Field of Light.
Titled "Field of Light," it"s currently on display at a venue called Sensorio in Paso Robles, California, the latest stop in a tour of sites around the world. An immersive art installation by Bruce Munro, Field of Light: Avenue of Honour pays homage to the Anzacs with 16,000 shining spheres at Mt Clarence marking the last sight of home for 41,000 troops who departed from Albany for the Great War.