TRIANGLE L RANCH GLOW
A few glow artists over the years.
Lori Anderson and Gail Dodge - Installation with Projection
Imo Baird - Tornados
Hadji Banjovi - Tornados and Shrine Garden
Gary Bear - Light Piece
Ken Boe - UV paintings - ADOBE Barn Gallery
Dan Buckley - Video
Nacho Beringela - Laser light show on the Triangle L Ranch Windmill
Liz Burke - Water Tank Installation
Don Carlos - "Corbita" The Spirit of Copper - ADOBE Barn Gallery
Rand Carlson - Interactive Sculpture
Drumension- Electronic Drumscapes on the driveway
Sina Evans - "A Swarm of Tele-Jellyfish" - Installation on the Sculpture Path
David Flynn - Forged Lanterns on Ranch Drive - Blacksmithing Demonstrations with sidekick- Robin Afeldt ADOBE Barn Gallery Patio
Gypsy Camp - Fortune Tellers
Robert Hoffman - Twinkle Light Installation
Sharon Holnback - Critter Cam videos, Chandeliers and Illuminated Sculpture
Lorena Darren Hohl - Mixed-media Illuminated Wall Art - ADOBE Barn Gallery
Erika Johnston - Black light Comic Panel
Sarah Kucerova - Mixed-media Sculpture
Randall Longacre - "Bikers" - Mixed-Media Solar Installation
Christopher Lucic - "Koshare Lights" Projection on Boulders
Mike Lundquist - Illuminated Sculpture
Lauren Malanga - Rain Stage Performance
Karen Medley - Mixed-media Fluorescent Installation
Jamie Miller- Kinetic Light Sculptures
Oracle Art Ensemble - Jazz from beyond the Stratosphere - Saturday evening
Kate Pearson - Art Car
Jim Pollack - Co-GLOW and Volunteer Co-ordinator
Ari Posner - "Rainbow Bright"
Psyonic Arts - Multi-media extravaganza in the Sculpture Path Arena with guest DJ Johnny Farardo and Gentry Shay Timmers - Photography
Katheryn Selby - Zen Garden Illuminated Installation
Southwest University of Visual Arts - Sea Anemone Installation
Jeff Smith - Triangle L Ranch and GLOW! Photographer
Dan Wilhelm - Illuminated Sculpture
A.T, Willett - Triangle L Ranch Webmaster and Photographer
Peg Wilmore - "Shot in the Dark" - Black Light Installation
Bring power cords and power strips necessary for your piece. Label them with a name and phone number to insure you do not lose them. Alternative power is encouraged, Solar and batteries are a great way to power a piece. LED lighting has come a long way and down in price too. Take some time to consider making your artwork self-contained. It will reduce the load, encourage green practices and make you independent of our funky old power supply.
Spread the word! GLOW happens because of the contribution everyone makes each year. The volunteer staff, the artists, performers and audience members foster the unique, rich, GLOW community. Surely you know people whose contribution would enhance this years' experience.
Make sure you are in the loop! Please feel free to contact Sharon with any ideas or questions. We'll make sure you are on the Artist/Performer mailing list. Don't forget your illuminated costumes!
Let's make this the best GLOW ever!