Last month when we were up in Seattle we spent an afternoon at the Chihuly Glass and Garden Exhibit. You may have seen some of Chihuly's larger than life glass installations in some of the ritzy spots in Vegas, like the Bellagio and in the City Center. The exhibit, located right underneath the Space Needle, was absolutely amazing. Chihuly stated that with this exhibit, he wanted people to experience color in a way they never had before. Eight gallery rooms are filled with intricate, ginormous glass chandeliers, stunning vases, and oceanic-inspired displays. It's a permanent exhibit, since Chihuly is from Washington, and if you're in the area it's not to be missed!
[above] Neon-infused glass art. [below] Glass art inspired by Chihuly's mother's garden.
[below] Vases inspired by Native American art.
[above] Ceiling with tons of glass art pieces. [below] Ocean-inspired glass art.
[above] Loved these boats filled with glass art. [below] Giant vases.
Glass house with a giant hanging glass sculpture.
[above] Rock candy sculpture.
[above] Feeling blue in the outdoor gardens. [below] Space Needle and more glass art.