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Wednesday, 13 September 2006

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mike

The first time I stood in the lobby of the Bellagio in Las Vegas and looked up at the Chihuly ceiling it was so awesome it made me dizzy. [Actually, my friends would say, "dizzier than usual."] His work is beyond actual description. I wonder if this is the same exhibit as the one we had in Chicago a couple of years ago? A couple of pictures look familiar but others look new.

Steven Nelson

Wonderful photographs. I'm really sorry that I can't see it in person!

Kenneth

The photos are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing!

Alec

And the lesson is? Don't rely on media paid critics to advise you what to see.

sue

AMAZING!

dexx

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he needs to bring his works back to the gallery. they look "intruding" in the natural environtment.

just imagine Andy Warhols in your backyard...

David Lueck

There is an incredible installation (supposedly the largest single installation of a Chihuly work) of his at the Indianapolis Childrens Museum (which happens to be the largest childrens museum in the world) called Fireworks of Glass.....its 5 stories tall and really amazing. The best part of it is that they installed it so that it starts at the first floor, so you can look up under and through it. They have also opened an interactive exhibit alongside it to teach children about glassblowing.....

Desert Shamu

Saw his work in St. Louis. Breathtaking! Inspiring!

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