As promised, here are a few photos from last night’s “Glow” event at Santa Monica Beach. Overall, I was really impressed and had great time. There were a lot of people in attendance, but it wasn’t too crowded that you couldn’t move around. Parking was a little difficult, but that’s to be expected when nearly 100,000 people converge on the beach at one time. Some of the artwork was really beautiful and unique. My favorites were the “Luminous Passage” and “Sandbox” exhibits. I was also impressed by “Muscle Beach Glow,” where dozens of acrobats dressed in fluorescent clothing literally glowed-in-the-dark while they swung from rings and other gymnastic equipment. The works were spread out over a half-mile on the beach on either side of the pier, making for a pleasurable walk between them. It was nice to see so many people in L.A. out supporting the Arts on this warm post-summer evening.
Here are some photos of the event: