Leo Villareal's public light art installation, "The Bay Lights," billed as the world's largest L.E.D. sculpture, illuminates the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Read "Long Stuck in Obscurity, Bay Bridge Will Go From Drab Gray to Glowing" by Malia Wollan & watch "Bridge of Lights," New York Times, March 4, 2013.
Live Stream of "The Bay Lights" from San Fransico (from dusk until 2am PST):
Books on Leo Villareal from University Libraries:
Books on light art exhibitions:
Local public art resources:
- Scene from the sidewalk : a guide to public art in the Twin Cities
- Forecast Public Art: is a non-profit arts organization that connects the energies and talents of artists with the needs and opportunities of communities, guiding our partners in creating public art that expresses the community's sense of place and pride.
- Online access to their journal, Public Art Review [U of MN log-in required]