Chihuly in the Desert – Part I

This Fall I visited the Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix, Arizona to check out the new Chihuly Exhibit. One of my many visits I am sure so I went in the early morning reserved for members. I got there when they opened, which I love because there are usually only a few people milling about.

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This is the second time Chihuly has been at the DBG and this time did not disappoint! Beautiful works of art all made of glass.

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It is always fun the first time I go to the exhibit because you never know what you will discovery when you turn the next corner.

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Self-Portrait … “I hold the keys to the prison that is my mind” -Hannah on Girls. I love that, the first time I heard it I felt like that was me!

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This piece is just amazing in real life, so dramatic!

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I’ll be back in my next post with even more beautiful art works of Chihuly. I definitely recommend checking it out when in Phoenix. The installation is there until May, 2014.

Until next time, Laurie

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4 Responses to Chihuly in the Desert – Part I

  1. Pingback: Chihuly in the Desert – Part 2 | Have Teacup Will Travel

  2. Joyce says:

    so amazing!! cannot wait to go visit the exhibit! this looks even better than when he had his last exhibit at the DBG, if that is even possible. great photography also.

  3. I like your self portrait!

  4. Joyce says:

    That self portrait is truly amazing. I love it. very unusual also.

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