Of the perfect synergy between man and nature that makes it possible to create such exquisite, delicate, fragile things of beauty out of mere grains of sand.
Of the teamwork between artists, technicians, designers, gardeners, landscape architects and light engineers that made this exhibition such a success.
Of the New York Botanical’s readiness to replant large parts of the Gardens to complement the glass sculptures and make them look like they were grown together organically, in perfect harmony.
Of the way the sculptures glow in the dark and become alive, like mystical creatures.
Blue polyvitro crystals, 2016
Glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly in The Lillian Goldman Fountain of Life, 1905
Sapphire Star, 2010
Glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly
October 14th, 2017