I finally had the opportunity to visit the Chihuly Garden and Glass museum in Seattle. It's had to describe how cool this museum is. Today I'm sharing some of my photos from inside the museum. On Thursday I'll share photos from the gardens outside.
Most of the inside displays are in very dark rooms so you can see the light shining through the pieces of art. I loved how reflective the glass was against the dark surfaces of these exhibits. Some exhibits were on the ground (actually platforms), while others were pieces that hung from the ceiling.
This was a display was the ceiling! If there hadn't been so many people there, I might have just gotten comfortable on the floor and looked up.
This particular piece filled the entire room. It was impossible to get a photo of the whole thing, and each step around the display featured a new style or "character".
This piece was two boats filled with glass pieces. The reflection was just amazing.
Here are some of the hanging pieces. There were 5 or 6 in this room and they were all amazing.
This one was in the middle and was on a platform...you could see the reflections of the other pieces that were hanging.
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