Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Women Artists with
a Burning Desire to Weld

The Flaming Lotus Girls (FLG) are a group of artists that create large scale sculptures made of steel, stainless steel, copper, bronze, glass, wood, resin, LED lights, variable speed motors, and propane fed fire. The flames shooting out from the sculptures can be from 2 inches to over 150 feet in length. FLG has built installations for events around the world, including Burning Man, the Fire Arts Festival at the Crucible in Oakland, Festival of Lights in Sausalito, Robodock in Amsterdam, and the Big Day Out in Australia.
The sculptures utilize computer-controlled flame and sequenced LEDS to create colorful moving patterns of light. Some of the effects are interactive, created and controlled by observers.

Flaming Lotus Girls also offers training in welding for other artists looking to expand their knowledge in the helmeted arts.

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by Phil Gravitt

1 comment:

Nancy Ewart said...

Burn baby burn! LOL! Great post Phil about a group that I never heard of.