There are three parts to the Chihuly Garden and Glass: galleries, glasshouse, and garden.
Galleries are spread across eight different sections and three drawing walls. Each gallery has a specific theme, and explores how Chihuly consistently pushed the boundaries of art.
Glasshouse is a 40 foot tall building that sits in the center of Chihuly Garden and Glass. This 4,500 square foot structure is made completely out of glass and features various colors, such as red, orange, and amber. The perception of the elements within the Glasshouse change depending on the time of day, and the amount of light shining through the structure.
Garden incorporates elements of horticulture with glass art. This exhibition proves that there is a strong connection between horticulture and art, and crafting a beautiful garden is even an art form itself. Bright and lush glass sculptures perfectly exist among blossoming flora and fauna. Thus, showcasing the true talent and innovation of Dale Chihuly.
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