Sunday, November 1, 2009

Mosaic Monday - Last Chihuly Post

Hello everyone and welcome to Mosaic Monday.  I want to thank Mary at Little Red House for hosting this event.  Please visit her website to see her mosaic plus many others from around the globe. 

This will be my final mosaic showing yet another Dale Chihuly exhibit we have run into in our travels.  We found this exhibit while we were visiting the University of Washington in Tacoma. 

The Tacoma Art Museum hosts the Chihuly Glass Cellphone Tour.  Part of the tour is this Chihuly Bridge of Glass.  The quality of the photos is pretty poor.  The glass is behind glass and there was a glare in the sunlight.

I like this picture because it forms it's own mosaic. This is just a small section of the Chihuly Glass that is exhibited on the bridge.  This is literally a bridge that crosses a busy street. 

I hope you have enjoyed seeing and possibly learning a little bit about this amazing artist and his glass art. 

I have been taking a quilting class so my regular blogging schedule has been interrupted.  I have a few new things to share so look for a few new posts this week. 
Until next time,


Regina said...

So colorful. Beautiful shots and mosaic.

"My Mosaic Here"

grey like snuffie said...

I LOVE Chihuly's works...this looks like a wonderful collection on that bridge. We have a few of his pieces in the Kemper Contemporary Art Museum in KC. My husband and I love to find waterfalls as we travel...we need to start tracking where Chihuly's works are...that would be fun to include. Thank you so much for sharing...I am an addict to blown glass and his pieces are amazing. Have a grand day!

Jackie said...

The glass is just unbelievable! Chihuly's work is bright and cheerful and just so creative. Hard to have a favorite.

Mary said...

Wow, that is just such an amazing way to exhibit these beautiful works of art! /thanks so much for sharing at MM. :)

Mrs. P. said...

Seconding that WOW! Very beautiful. Thanks for sharing :)


Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

It is its own mosaic! How lovely!

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

Isn't his art just amazing. We are lucky to live not far from where his glass museum is.

eileeninmd said...

It is beautiful art. All the different colors are amazing. Wonderful mosaic.

Dee/reddirtramblings said...

I do love that glass. We once saw an exhibit at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Just lovely. Thanks for sharing your trip.~~Dee