Petaluma Burning Man Art Brings Volunteers Together

Volunteers work on a Petaluma Burning Man art sculpture
Volunteers work on a Petaluma Burning Man art sculpture (Argus-Courier)

Petaluma Burning Man Art: Local artist Kevin Clark is building a 70-foot sculpture for the Burning Man Playa.  Almost every day, Petaluma volunteers of all ages work on metal sunflowers, daisies, butterflies, lilies, chrysanthemums and leaves for the “Flower Tower.” The tower will be covered in thousands of multicolored LED lights with 33 flame effects coming from the flowers.

Mentor Me, a youth organization here in Petaluma, has brought a lot of kids to join in the artwork. Students from McKinley and Valley Vista elementary schools have also volunteered on the project.

The Flower Tower’s progress can be seen at

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