Sunday, July 26, 2009

Chihuly Sun Meets Darkness



The glistening, colorful Chihuly sun against the dark of night makes a visually interesting photo.

I miss the Chihuly art exhibition that was at the Desert Botanical Gardens. I continue to enjoy sharing the Chihuly photos and hope you like them as well.

17 comments:

PAK said...

Simply beautiful!

Babooshka said...

I wish I had been able to see any of it in person. Still say I would not have known about this glass without your blog. Gorgeous image.

Leif Hagen said...

Fabulous, sunny photo! That glass art is extraordinary - love it!

Birdman said...

Love this one!

Nikki Beaumont said...

Wow! That is simply gorgeous! And I am not just saying that because I absolutely love the color orange. I totally love the way you have it off to the side with the black taking up the other half. Very striking!

brattcat said...

I'd seen examples of Chihuly glass before you started sharing photos with us here but I don't think I could have ever appreciated it as much as I do now, because of the images and information you've shared with us.

James said...

That is really cool!

Sharon said...

Well, you know that I love them!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful shot !! THis is simply lovely and great..I enjoyed this post..Unseen Rajasthan

Mirela said...

I've never heard of him, but I love the photo and his art I was able to find on his web... very cool!

Don and Krise said...

Nicely done Julie. His work is fun to photograph. Such a variety.

Memphis MOJO said...

A great shot that advanced to awesome after I clicked to enlarge.

glenda said...

Never tire of looking at the beautiful Chihuly art.

Jacob said...

Nicely done, Julie.

Almost scary, like the tentacles of some beast reaching out to grab you in the darkness.

Helen said...

Your Chihuly photos are wonderful! Chihuly's work is one of my absolute favorites, and I could not have seen this exhibit without your beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing them.

Kate said...

Who doesn't love Chihuly?! We have an interesting and fabulous entry chandelier of his in the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Love it, too.

spleeness said...

This is incredible!

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