Glass sculptor Dale Chihuly’s new exhibition center beneath Seattle’s Space Needle has generated exceptional color images over the last 10 days. The 45,000-square-foot Garden and Glass Museum is a permanent home for the work of the controversial American artist. You can read more about the museum here and reviews are all over the web. I just thought the photos surrounding the opening were worth having a look.
Glass Forest, one of Chihuly’s first large-scale installations, 1971 (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
-Persian Ceiling, from the center’s website
Museum garden, from the Flickr stream of Miss Q Pix