If you haven't been to Field of Light at Sensorio yet, now it's your chance!
The Field of Light display at Sensorio in Paso Robles uses nearly 60,000 fiber-optic stemmed spheres to transform 15 acres of rolling hills into a patchwork of changing colors. The art installation opened on May 19, 2019, off Highway 46 East.
After closing most of the year due to COVID restrictions, the Sensorio Paso has finally reopened and is sharing it with the public with a new exhibition! At Sensorio, you can see both Field of Light and Bruce Munro's latest exhibition, Light Towers.
Light Towers is a part of the "Light at Sensorio" exhibition in Paso Robles. These colorful towers were created from more than 17.000 wine bottles and illuminated with glowing optic fibers. The towers at the newly opened exhibit Light Towers in Sensorio stand seven feet high with 252 bottles per tower, and the colors of the towers change according to a special music score.
Munro has been installing Field of Light displays at locations around the world since the early 2000s.
Sensorio opened Thursday through Sunday and have 2 times available, 7 pm and 8 pm. If you want to watch the sunset reflecting in these towers you should go earlier. If you're interested in only in the night show you can pick a later time. As there are a limited number of tickets available at night, I recommend purchasing your tickets in advance to secure your entry. On-site ticket sales end 45 minutes before Sensorio's closing time.
So, don't miss the phenomenal light sensation in Sensorio in Paso Robles.
If you haven't been to Sansorio yet, now is the perfect time to go and experience this incredible display for yourself before it closes in September.
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