Do you like colors? And one that is shown in the form of light? Well, it is cold and you may feel a little down and inactive. But there is something to boost your spirits. Distillery Historic District is inviting you to get feast for your eyes at Toronto Light Festival 2020.
What Is In Store For You At The Toronto Light Festival 2020?
Distinctively, lighting up the long winter nights, is the one special aspect of this Toronto light art festival.
Importantly, you can have an aesthetic visual journey during nights with distinctive works from local and international light artists sprung up all over the Distillery District.
Furthermore, the light festival the city hosts is one of the largest open air galleries in North America.
What kind of feeling will you get?
This popular North America light festival will transform you with cerebral adventure designed to entertain and inspire.
Ah! Yes. You should experience this to get the transformation.
Interestingly, you drench yourself in multiple-colored lights and winter nights with distinctive light arts of the Toronto Light Festival 2020.
Is it not Feast For Your Eyes?
These artistic settings will get etched in your mind for a lifetime. Moreover, you will want to visit the Distillery District year after year.
Why not plan a visit this weekend to walk into lights of the Toronto Light Festival 2020?
Tourists and Torontonians of all ages can attend this light fiesta free of cost.
The Toronto Light Festival 2020 can be enjoyed from January 17 to March 1, 2020.
Special Treats – One
Oh! As always this year is adorned with specific works of light art.
First though, this luminous festival was started by Matthew Rosenblatt in the year 2017.
Some treats that catch your eyes are,
Cloud Swing: This is simply fantastic. See what happens. The clouds stay white when the swing is empty. But it changes hues when participants sit on the swing. That’s a cool feeling!
5,000 Individual Points Of Light: You can walk through the installation to watch and listen to how the changing colors correspond with the sounds. That’s delighting!
Firefly Field: This is a dazzling display at the Toronto Light Festival 2020. It is floating light points designed to mimic the insects’ movements. Really inviting!
Moreover, sculptor and designer Chris Carnabuci wanted to draw attention to the power and beauty of feminine spirit. Therefore, “Mariposa” features “Aphrodite” emerging from a solid egg.
Special Treats – Two
Interestingly, another important display at the Toronto Light Festival 2020 is the “Kukulkan’s Portal”. Significantly, this is made of a giant acrylic merkaba enclosed in an aluminium frame.
Importantly, the illuminated ankh of Matthew Rosenblatt is displayed. Interestingly, it is five meters of steel with puzzle pieces laser-cut into the surface. Significantly, this is an ancient Egyptian symbol of life.
Furthermore, you have the Helianthus Enorme. Importantly, this piece is made by the sculpture artist Chad Gaetz. Moreover, it was inspired by Fibonacci sequence and the stature of sunflowers.
What more? In praise of the heroes of space travel there are nine giant astronaut sculptures. Interestingly, they are called “Sydmonauts”.
Wow! That’s too much of a treat! Interestingly, you get your winter blues blown off while you immerse yourself in the artistic lights.
Importantly, if you are a tourist and need help to reach Distillery District call 1-888-989-6272 or 416-989-6272 to book your limo with Hummingbird Limousine Service. Limos can add goodness to your memorable visit.
Markedly, Toronto Light Festival 2020 will gladden your hearts and cheer you up.