About 25,000 LED lights were turned on tonight as part of an impressive light sculpture on the western span of the Bay Bridge.
"The Bay Lights," an $8 million privately funded project created by artist Leo Villareal, will wow visitors near the bridge for at least the next two years, the artist and other dignitaries said before the 9 p.m. lighting ceremony. Read More
Two years after its 75th anniversary, the Bay Bridge is about to experience a birthday celebration of unprecedented proportions, called The Bay Lights.
The massive light-as-art installation is by Leo Villareal, known as the “Maestro of Light.” He was approached by Ben Davis, founder of the San Francisco creative-marketing agency Words Pictures Ideas, to create the piece. Read More
About 25,000 LED lights will be strung along the western span of the Bay Bridge over the next several months as part of a two-year art installation inspired by the bridge’s 75th anniversary.
The Bay Lights, an $8 million project expected to be unveiled in March, will help bring attention to a bridge that is often overshadowed by the Golden Gate Bridge, said Ben Davis, whose organization, Illuminate the Arts, is overseeing the project. Read More