Ceramic lantern party helps to light Sculpture Path at GLOW!

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A group of artists created lanterns for the GLOW! Sculpture Trail.

  On Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, the Triangle L Ranch and artist, Carol Mahoney hosted a ceramic lantern making party at the Wilson Barn at Rancho Linda Vista. The Triangle L is moving towards more permanent lighting along the sculpture paths. A number of Oracle’s artists were there to create with clay, some fine lanterns which may be made in time for the upcoming GLOW! 2017.

  The lanterns will be wired later with low-voltage lighting. Jim Pollack, from the Triangle L Ranch Bed & Breakfast said of the sculpture paths: “We would like to see them lit with lanterns emitting gorgeous patterns of light.”

Making lanterns.

  GLOW! 2017, the wonderful illuminated art show at the Triangle L Ranch has its schedule and list of entertainers completed as it gets ready for opening night. The first evening of GLOW! will be on Saturday, Sept. 9, from 7 to 11 p.m. The night’s theme is Mystifying Oracle Night. There will be music and performances by the San Pedro Acting Troupe (SPATS) throughout the park. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to SPATS. On the main stage, Oracle’s own band, Mother Cody will be performing. Food will be available for purchase.

  Admission per person is $15 for adults (14 and up), $8 for 13 and under and children 3 and under are admitted free. Everyone is encouraged to wear their GLOWing costumes or illuminated accessories. There will be activities for kids so bring the children, family and friends for an evening of mystifying illuminated fun! Advance tickets are available online at trianglelranch.com/glow!.html. Tickets are also available at YIKES! Toy Store in Tucson and at the Triangle L Ranch on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.    

John Hernandez (632 Posts)

John Hernandez lives in Oracle. He is retired and enjoys writing and traveling. He is active in the Oracle Historical Society. He covers numerous public events, researches historical features and writes business/artist profiles.


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