Seattle: Chihuly Exhibit (Part 3)

Are you ready for this?  …because you’re about to encounter a buttload of pictures.  That’s right, I said it…a BUTTLOAD of pictures!  What quantity does a “buttload” equate to you might ask?  Well, a freaking lot, how about that?!

But you’re going to love these buttload of pictures, I promise you that much.

I think I found my new favorite artist.  I love color and I love weird things.  I love when art isn’t so uniform and perfect.  I find beauty in each individualistic shape and color.  Hence, my newfound love for Chihuly.  It wasn’t until I realized that he decorated the infamous ceiling in the Bellagio hotel did I realize that’s why his artwork looked so familiar.  But to see his artwork, in all its shapes and forms, collected all in one place…it was mindblowingly breathtaking.  I fell in love with each moment that my eyes were allowed to drink up all the colors and textures.

I encountered his exhibit while in Seattle visiting my friend Jeff.  That day, the boys went off to the science museum, and Grace & I wandered off to experience the Chihuly exhibit in all its glory.  **Check out Part 1 & Part 2 of my Seattle trip to see what else I ate/saw while I was there :)

It was beautiful.

It was breathtaking.

It made me want to be surrounded by his artwork.

I hope these photos inspire you to visit one of his exhibits someday.  They truly are enchanting.  Enjoy!! :D

I bought a similar poster of the boats below because I wanted this brightness in my life everyday.  Of course, the poster looks waaay better than my phone picture came out :P

Let’s look at this gorgeous thang up close and personal ;)

Look at the Space Needle peeking through Chihuly’s artwork :)  Reminds me of fall, even though it was an exceptionally hot weekend for Seattle when I was visiting.

This is where the garden Chihuly exhibit begins.  I wonder how they keep everything so clean and shiny all of the time!

Look, it’s me! :D

We’re now coming to the chandelier portion of Chihuly’s exhibit.  I want every single one of these in my house!!  There were too many to post, so I’m just showing you my favorite ones…

Can you say Medusa…? :P

Look, me and all the chandeliers! :)

And of course, one last picture of me with this gorgeous Chihuly piece just for good measure. Just to bring the post pictures full circle, ya know…? ;)

I know it was a lot of pictures to process but I hope you enjoyed each and every one!  Have you ever been to a Chihuly exhibit?  If so, I’d love to hear about it!  Also, tag me in your blog to show me YOUR pictures :)  Check out Part 1 & Part 2 of my Seattle trip to see what else I ate/saw while I was there :)

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11 Responses to “Seattle: Chihuly Exhibit (Part 3)”
  1. Travis says:

    Ummmmm….. I think you forgot to give me my Chihuly souvenir when you were in Orlando…

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  2. AHA! We were there last month but we didn’t go inside! We were eyeing the amazing sculptures though and wondered who made them! Ahhh! I want one at home. Or I want one to be my home.

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  2. […] As some have you know, I professed my love for Molly Moon’s Ice Cream in my last post about my visit to Seattle.  Check it out here if you didn’t get a chance to read it   Or, experience the Chihuly exhibit through my pictures in part 3 of my Seattle adventures […]

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