The Seattle exhibition of Dale Chihuly has a number of chandeliers and brightly colored glass balls that will be the focus of today’s post.
In my last post, I featured sculptures created by Dale Chihuly and his team of artists that are located in a permanent exhibition at the base of Seattle’s Space Needle. (The Space Needle was built at the Seattle Center for the 1962 World’s Fair.) Peggy and I visited the exhibit two weeks ago when we were wandering around Washington at the conclusion of my hike down the PCT. Today, I am going to show several chandeliers and brightly colored glass balls included in the exhibition.
The room containing the orange chandelier shown at the top included three others. This red chandelier…
A green chandelier…
And a blue chandelier.
Another look at the chandelier at the top of the post.
This white sculpture was the centerpiece of the room featuring the four chandeliers.
When I included two of the chandeliers, I felt an ‘alien’ presence. (grin)
Outside, Chihuly presented what he called a chandelier walkway of chandeliers highlighting different colors and forms.
The chandelier walkway.
The’ sunset’ chandelier.
The ’emerald’ chandelier.
‘Royal Jo’ Chandelier.
Olympic blue and turquoise’ chandelier.
‘Alfa red’ chandelier.
‘Fly yellow’ chandelier.
In my last post, I introduced several of Chihuly’s brightly colored glass balls, which he displays in a variety of settings. As I mentioned, my favorite was the boat.
Another view of the Chihuly boat.
Balls are strategically placed inside and outside with colorful backdrops.
The garden surrounding the Glasshouse and exhibit building features a number of balls including these five in a row.
A blue sculpture and green plants set off these glass balls.
I discovered a selfie in the ball.
The plants around the glass ball helped highlight the green in the ball.
A red sculpture provided a dramatic backdrop for this ball.
Black with swirls of yellow. Trees and leaves are reflected on the surface of this ball.
A blue glass ball with veins.
This ‘alien’ sculpture in the garden caught my attention.
As did this one.
I’ll conclude today with this blue sculpture that was artfully entangled in the flowers.
Next Post: I’ll finish my Chihuly series with smaller pieces included in the Seattle exhibit. Then it will be back to the Desolation Wilderness!