The Ins and Outs of an Ordinary Life

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Chihuly at the Botanical Gardens











This exhibit is extraordinary! Dale Chihuly is an artist known for his glass sculptures. This exhibit was designed specifically for the Botanical Garden's collections and landscapes. Most of the art is displayed in the Haupt Conservatory -- the glasshouse -- but other pieces are placed in outdoor settings. Imagine turquoise ice cubes floating in a green slime covered pond with bullfrogs calling! Some of these sculptures are bound to elicit different responses at different times of the year. It is on display through late October and I might go back in the fall, just to see it against the splendor and colors of that season. Well, here are some images, but a camera (at least one with me as the photographer) does not do this exhibit justice.

2 comments:

Moose said...

Do you think anyone would notice if I snagged that yellow tree and put it in my backyard? That thing is amazing!

Shelly said...

better bring alot of bubble wrap