Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibit in Seattle

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You will enjoy the Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibit in Seattle with the magnificent and colorful glass sculptures. Dale Chihuly the talented artist is famous for his blown-glass work. The Garden and Glass are close to the Space Needle at Seattle Center.

The eight-rooms, exhibitions show you the blown-glass creations, the fantastic work of the artist that has been a creator of different sculptures and making exhibitions in different countries, Venice, London, Jerusalem. The Chihuly Garden and Glass will tell you about his career, his work, and his fame.

Afterward, you will be able to take pictures of his latest creations of suspended installations, his Sealife Collection, Flower like sculptures and the Milli Flori project. In fact, one of his amazing creations is a chandelier with beautiful glass.

There are several hotels, museum and office buildings where his creations are, the famous Bellagio in Las Vegas has one of those beautiful chandeliers. Dale Chihuly was inspired by the Native Americans and their colorful blankets. Therefore, you will have the opportunity to see the process of how he makes his artistic creations.

The Garden is full of trees and plants with his glass creations and also the Glasshouse, the largest structure of 40-feet-tall. But, there are sculptures of 2000 yellow and orange glass. Indeed, you can visit the Chihuly Garden and Glass during the day or at night.

Wander through a spectacular wonderland of wildly complex and colorful glass sculptures at Chihuly Garden and Glass, located adjacent to the Space Needle at Seattle Center. Admire the amazing blown-glass works of famed artist Dale Chihuly as you explore the eight-room exhibition hall, the jaw-dropping glasshouse featuring a suspended installation, and the whimsical garden where nature and glass merge. Visit during the day to see the blown-glass creations in natural light or come at night when they are illuminated - either way, you'll want to keep your camera handy!

Dale Chihuly has exhibited his mesmerizing blown-glass sculptures all over the world, from Venice to Jerusalem to London. Learn about Chihuly's fascinating artistic process and carefully arranged displays of vibrant glass sculptures, Seattle's Chihuly Garden and Glass tells the story of the famed artist's celebrated career.

Explore the eight-room exhibition hall showcasing Chihuly's works over the years, including his early experiments inspired by Native American blankets, the glass starfish and anemones in his Sealife collection and the flower-like sculptures of his Mille Fiori project. You'll be amazed by his most recognizable works, his chandeliers, which typically look like an explosion of tangled glass tentacles. These masterpieces have found a home in scores of museums, office buildings and hotels such as the Bellagio in Las Vegas.

The delicate interplay of light, shadow and color becomes even more apparent when you enter the glasshouse, a stunning 40-foot-tall (12.2 meters) structure housing one of the artist's largest suspended glass installations.

Continue your tour through the garden, where lush trees and plants frame more of his striking works, including icicle-like clusters and Sun, an eye-popping structure made up of more than 2,000 yellow and orange glass elements.

Flash photography is permitted throughout Chihuly Garden and Glass, and there are also roving photographers who will take pictures of you that you can receive by e-mail at no cost. Grab a bite to eat (own expense) at Collections Caf?, which offers gourmet bites, craft beers and premium local wines. You can even purchase a Chihuly work of your own from the bookstore!


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