Not all activities remain closed this summer in Myrtle Beach. The Bruce Munro Southern Light exhibit at Brookgreen Garden is now open for visitors. While they practice social distancing, they continue to offer an immersive experience in art and light.
The installation consists of seven works of mixed media. Created by the artist Bruce Munro, each exhibit is geared toward a specific garden room. Using tens of thousands of components, Munro builds each sculpture from the ground up.
His previous work titled “Field of Light at Sensorio” was featured in Paso Robles, Calif. The New York Times highlighted this in what they refer to as a “mind-bending spectacle” in a recent article on art and design.
From May 15 to Sept. 12, Wednesdays through Saturdays 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m., Myrtle Beach visitors can meander through the mesmerizing visual experience. For all those living on the East coast, you’ll want to take advantage of these dates. This is the only chance Munro’s work will be featured on this side of the country.
The team at Brookgreen Gardens urges visitors to uphold social distancing etiquette. This can be done by respecting one-way paths, keeping 6-feet apart, wearing a mask, and washing your “paws.”