One of the great highlights of the Doo-Nanny is the large sculptural burn Saturday evening. This burn is modeled after the effigy burn at Burning Man in Nevada, as well as many similar art/sculptural burn traditions around the world. This will be for those who are camping for the weekend. No Saturday Night admission past Saturday Art Show for non-registered campers.
Combining the beauty and transformational qualities of fire with the concept of temporary, non-commercial art, these type of burns have become a sacred endeavor for many, and just a really great time for others. However you view it, it is spectacular, and we encourage you to participate by assisting the burn team, enjoying the interactive features of the pre-burn sculpture, and maybe even contributing to the design of future burns. It is also in keeping with many traditional burns to bring something of meaning to put in the fire........a note to a loved one who has passed on, a note to yourself about qualities or achievements you would like to draw into your life, a piece of art, clothing, etc. These burns are a LOT of fun, and the more ways you can interact with it, and make it personal for yourself, the more meaningful and enjoyable it will be for all.
The womb before
view from inside
An amazing sight to behold... beautiful sculpture that has an ignited burst of life energy... True beauty and lots of raging fun. I loved most of all the way the skies cleared and the burn pierced the air... A magical sense of timing and perfect order.