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December 5, 2012

Wordless Wednesday




Crape Myrtle Allee
Chihuly at the Arboretum
Dallas, TX

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    1. Pam, my photos don't do this justice! It was amazing in person.

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    1. It most certainly is!

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  3. Chihuly's glass is some of my favorite artwork. The way it alters light is just so captivating! ... I just don't want to ever be responsible for keeping it dusted.

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    1. I'd never seen or heard of Chihuly until were in Dallas. Oh, wait. I take that back. Andi mentioned it and piqued my curiosity. He is an amazing artist, that's for sure!

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    1. Me, too. I wish we had been able to go back at night. I'll have to scout around for more exhibits in the future...

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  5. Wow, what are the balls in the header? They look like crochet balls. And the little boat feels like it is going over the edge. Very, very beautiful and just a bit disturbing at the same time. :<)

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    1. They're glass balls, Nan. Go here for more info about Chihuly. The infinity pool looks out toward the lake, which is very strange to see in person!

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  6. Wow! That looks like something out of Dr. Seuss! I love it!

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    1. You're right! It does remind me of Dr. Seuss!

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  7. That is an amazing piece of art!! I love it!

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  8. Love love love love love! This one was one of my faves, but my ultimate #1 fave was the boat full of balls. AWESOME!

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    1. I love the boat of balls, too. Thanks so much for bringing this exhibit to my attention, Andi! I'm only sorry that you, Trish and I couldn't have met while I was down there. Next time!

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    1. Thanks, Suzi. The balls in the boat almost remind me of the glass floats from the Oregon coast.

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  10. Wow, I love these!

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    1. If you ever get a chance to see a Chihuly exhibit, don't pass it up! His work is amazing.

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