Luminaria Arts Night Shimmers

The first Luminaria on Alamo Plaza was magical.

Replicating that feeling the following years proved difficult.

But last night, organizers and artists had a new formula nailed. There was room to move and more to see and experience than you could possibly squeeze into the fleeting five hours.

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And, in defiance of the predicted rain, the apocryphal Saint Apophenia, “the patron saint of fortune tellers, the mentally ill, coincidence, patternmakers and artists,” kept the clouds from crying on the crowds.

Update on March 11, 2013: First impressions of Luminaria from the website of the Express-News

Update on January 13, 2014: An artistic pilgrimage to artist Chris Sauter’s Saint Apophenia is underway in San Antonio currently:

5 thoughts on “Luminaria Arts Night Shimmers

  1. Susan Frost says:

    You’ve taught me a new saint. She did a good job.


  2. Susan – The spirit of Saint Apophenia was evoked by artist Chris Sauter, whose illuminating installation at Luminaria included both unsanctioned holy cards and a web presence.


  3. Vic says:

    Excellent photos. I think you captured it. If you ever really figure out the camera, look out!


  4. Awesome pictures! Thanks for sharing.


  5. Wonderful pictures. We were out of town so THANKS!


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