Monday, September 11, 2006

Monday






Dale Chihuly at the NY Botanical Garden

22 comments:

r. chunn said...

Dale Chihuly is becoming the Andy Warhol of the 21st century. (I mean that in a good way.)

Catalina said...

great pictures!

Lin said...

You fianlly got there!! Isn't it just breakthtaking!! LOVE THESE -- and just love his work!

Kate said...

Chihuly is more than amazing. A visit to Seattle is definitely in my future, just to see his studio. Great photos. Where did you take these?

savvycityfarmer said...

I think I have not seen anything so lovely in a long time...purusing thru runaroundparis waiting for comments windows to open adn found you on her favorites.

Anonymous said...

what fun! exciting and unexpected

Anonymous said...

SWEET!

Anonymous said...

Have you ever seen his installations of his work over the canals in Venice?? Amazing...his stuff was here in NC at our local museum and it's incredible. He also decorated a huge several story-high atrium in the Science building on the University of Puget Sound campus I've seen...

http://www.chihuly.com/cov/vchand07.html

Parisbreakfasts said...

Just to clarify why I put this up today with no text. I live in New York City. 5 years ago I saw the World Trade Towers go down from my rooftop. This is not an easy day/week or anytime I think about it, for me. I wanted to post something that was beautiful and hopeful today, so voilà.

Anonymous said...

Lovely and breathtaking, and very appropriate for today... Blessings to you.

Rebekah said...

Very uplifting images. Thank for for them today - this day when the heart again stops at the images on television.

Moi said...

I HEART NY

Anonymous said...

a beautiful post on this day. Hope for beauty is important.

Alanna Kellogg said...

For just a second, I thought you were in St Louis where we have a Chihuly exhibit at our own Botanical Garden ... wouldn't that have been fun?! It's nice, this day, something of beauty.

Anonymous said...

I am not actually much of a Chihuly fan, however I think the way you photographed his work is beautful.

Anonymous said...

carol,

What is this lovely floating object ?

Anonymous said...

sorry,

I checked Dale's site, gorgeous glass work.

C x

Joycelyn said...

hi carol, thanks so much for sharing something so beautiful...visiting here is always a sight for sore eyes ;)

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous photographs, PB! You've outdone yourself!

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

only you could do this so beautifully!!

Anonymous said...

Carol, I love the last couple of pictures - it looks so fantastical and surreal and beautiful.

Cin said...

beautiful photos, a lovely preview for me! I will get to see at the end of the month, can't wait!