Art and Artists Saguaro Man 2019
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Asymmetrical ConsciousnessAndrew HorvathLive paintings on two large scale canvases that are hand built and stretched. The paintings will be created using traditional techniques using oil paints but will consist of modern concepts that represent peace, consciousness and spirituality.
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Blooming Flower Tea PotEchoRae Casey and Jeremiah HobbyOur giant Blooming Flower Teapot will not only intrigue and inspire, this vessel encourages you to engage and indulge with all the senses. Peek inside this magical teapot, breathe in the powerful aromas of flower essences, and caress the soft petals of luminescent silken flowers.
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Chiminea for the Rangers Spencer Edgerton aka QuicksilverThe Ranger Chiminea is a gift to Ranger HQ at BRC, a thank you for good works and a social focal point for connecting the Rangers and BRC citizens with the shared love of fire.
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Community Fire Garden Nick Rice and Kristin WesleyCountry and Chaos are excited to be part of and bring back the Fire Gardento Saguaro Man. This garden was recently a part of the Telluride Fire Festivial, and has a number of fire features comprised of repurposed and reimagined antique metal components.
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Dream Dome: A Space PlaygroundCasa de ChaosA Space Playground is the brain child of a real child,7 year old Wynter, who designed this playground based on her dream of becoming an astronaut and her love of climbing things. The dome includes a swing, climbing net, hammocks and more! It features UV lighting and an opportunity for participants to write their wishes and dreams on stars, contributing to the celestial space. This project was actualized by artist YoMama (her mom) and collaboratively created by Casa de Chaos (her family and friends).
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Dreamworld WeaverMeredith Miller aka MerizonaYou will have an entirely different experience of reality upon stepping under the canopy of the Dreamworld Weaver. The structure offers a surrealistic view of light, textures and movements from moment to moment.
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The Chrysallis of Consent and InclusionTrisha "Dutchess' Goudy and Copper Bittner aka Mighty MouserAn interactive art piece that incorporates the 10 principals, addresses consent and provides a nurturing safe interaction to anyone needing to feel connected or loved.
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Epi BarSusan Sgroi and Erin HughesThe EPIBar is hosted by Dr. Ana Phalaxis and offers a a variety of horrific allergens for your Happy Hour photo op. Stop by and say hello to the good Doctor while on your afternoon promenade. LOOK DON'T TOUCH, if you know what's good for you! Brought to you by The Ambrosia Room.
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Fire GardenLance GreathouseAn interactive propane art garden for participants to play in!!!
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Laetor's Step-ladderRene Johnson and ChromatestAn interactive art piece based on Laetor's Ladder which is based on the Victorian-era children's toy most commonly called the "Jacob's Ladder" (also fondly referred to by some as the "clacking blocks"). jThis project encourages participants to work together as a group in order to make the art function, and often results in high-fives, hugs, and newly made friends.
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Lotus PortalNick Divo aka Rusty, Will Divo and Erin TunzeA large double sided archway adorned with flower petals, the Lotus Portal is a customizable experience, and the invitation is open to all. Will it serve as a symbol of rebirth and inspire a journey to your truest self, or be an impetus for pure presence and good times with those around you? Pass through this colorful archway with intention throughout the weekend, and the possibilities are endless.
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Camp Crisis!Leonard Fawkes, Rob Belgrod and Skye KinCamp Crisis! collaborators have put their heads together to bring participants a Mobile Art Therapy Cart to this year's Regional Burn. Operated by a certifiable Art Therapist, the cart full of a multitude of supplies will be rolling around playa, ready to hold space and ground people who may or may not be in need of an outlet of self-expression.
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Nightsky Luminaria ExperienceEchoRae Casey and Jeremiah HobbyThe star patterns in the night sky reveal the cyclical nature of our solar system. Through orbital revolutions driven by gravitational forces, seasonal patterns and the earth-calendars are revealed. These patterns have allowed us to develop a sense of our place in time and space and have also been used to map and explain patterns embedded in the human psyche. The very nature of our humanity and individual personalities is linked to, influenced by, and revealed through the zodiac. This art piece brings the stars down to earth for a closer look, allowing us to become the pallet upon which the star patterns are revealed. Using a rotating luminary, the 12 constellations of the zodiac will continuously project upon the landscape. The luminary will also serve as a prayer wheel that can be spun by hand to release your prayers or circumambulated in spiritual meditation.
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Our Time Charles Vierhout aka Bad DadOur Time is a blending of an old style street clock and the theme of Space Time. Like all good street clocks, Our Time does keep time but don’t try the read the hands. They move backwards and forward through Space Time. If you do really want the know the time at Saguaro Man, take a minute to watch the LEDs on the clock face. They show the time. Our Time also is hiding a little something extra under all the LEDs that will light up the night skies. Stop by after the sun goes down because there’s more things you can do with propane than just barbeque.
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Plaid Man Just Todd ManBurn Art Effigy for Saguaro Man-Plaid black light super eye candy!
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The Affirmation Station!Inci ErdemThe words that we say are so powerful. The most powerful ones are the words that we say to ourselves, the words that we use to tell ourselves who and what we are. Too often we have internalized the hurtful things that people have said to us and they become woven into the fabric of our minds. We can unravel that hurt by weaving new threads of positivity into our lives, and a proven effective way of doing that is with positive affirmations. Sometimes we just need to look in a mirror and be reminded "You are good enough". Mission: Increase well-being and positive attitudes Goal: Create space for people to self-celebrate and to be reminded of their strengths. Inspiration: A lifetime of learning about the power of the Word.
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The Church of the Universal Lube Theory
Little BirdThe Church of the Universal Lube Theory is here to bring the good word about Lube to the llamas of Saguaro Man! Stop by the C.U.L.T. on Friday or Saturday at noon to hear about how Lube can improve your life and to participate in a Lube roundtable! Glide into the weekend by slipping into our Social Lubication Happy Hour (Friday 5pm) and Festi-Clothing Give-Away! Work out pent-up aggressions and win a C.U.L.T. T-shirt trying your hand at Lube wrestling, 2pm Saturday. (Bring your own water to fill our solar shower; you can rinse off in our kiddie pool! Wrestling lube is water-based for your pleasure.) Choose your lube snacks will be offered during wrestling! Hope you slip on by and visit us!
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The G StringPrecious and EliciousThe G String is like a 30 foot long three dimensional spirograph wormhole. It won't rip your arm all the way off, but you might just lose your pants if you over participate.
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The Goosby Relativity Cruiser Heathen JohnThe Goosby Relativity Cruiser is a one of a kind space time rat rod built in 2354. It’s a classic old school space time cruiser with a manual clutch and steering levers for each dimension, no brakes, primitive quantum controllers, and analog odometers for miles and years. It has an old 23rd century 4 quark turbo engine that runs on mojo. Goosby won the cruiser in a poker game in late 1800’s Kentucky. He took the original copper skin off to make a still, and to make the cruiser less conspicuous when parked in the woods. Goosby used it to smuggle whiskey to prohibition era Kentucky. Goosby parked the cruiser in a barn in the 1930s, and it sat there collecting dust for almost 100 years until his great grandson found it last week.
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The Principled PortalRobin Bidwell and Shawn VermillionInspired by the culture of Burning Man and the impact Larry Harvey's Ten Principles has had on it. The Principled Portal represents the the pARTicipants journey home. The portal is a beacon that sits at the threshold (aka the Gate) between the default world, that we long to leave behind, and the magical Burner community, we create to remind ourselves of the ways we want to make the world a better place. The Ten Principle symbols, created by John Wickham, illumunated and colorful, surround the portal like the ancient symbols of communities that have thrived throughout the world. PARTicipants are encouraged to discuss the symbols and their meaning to our community. Then, pARTicipants can walk through the opening, with a burst of flame overhead and they are finally transported Home.
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Tree of Skepticism Terry Huish aka T-BoneA little something for all us skeptics. No meaning, no purpose, just something cool to see and perhaps ask the tree some meaningful questions before we burn it down.
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Worm HoleJacob Shanahan AKA Space jam- On VHSA visually stimulating experience representing a worm hole.
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VUe and TikiManCharles VierhoutInteractive propane art returns from Charlie Bad Dad!
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