Chihuly glass amazes me.
The colors. The shapes. The depth of each piece.
I find myself just in awe of the talent of the artist.
You may remember that I wrote a post sharing my love of the Chihuly pieces that I saw at The Bellagio in Las Vegas. You can read that post by clicking here.
I loved that exhibit but honestly the exhibit at The Biltmore in Asheville, North Carolina is so much more amazing because it is an outdoor installation. I can not wrap my head around the fact that these delicate pieces of glass are outside. In the weather. In the wind and rain. And still they look beautiful and amazing. Resilient and resplendent in their beauty.
So this post will be short on text and long on pictures but I think you can understand why. Because the pictures speak more than a thousand words each and definitely do not even begin to do the art work justice.
So many pictures are being taken during this exhibit which runs through October. The Biltmore is asking for pictures to be tagged with #ChihulyatBiltmore across social media and I bet their numbers are through the roof.
Daytime viewing is included in the admission price of the house tour and we discovered that the displays were brilliant and definitely a bonus .
There are even a couple of displays in Antler Hill Village which is another area of the Biltmore estate to explore.
A night tour is also available to view the works of art illuminated which Chris is treating me to for our anniversary in July. There is an additional charge for that night tour and I can not wait to see it for myself. I have seen pictures from others and I think it will be spectacular.
For more information on the exhibit which runs through October 7th, 2018 check out their website.
Which of these is your favorite? I would love to hear about it in the comments. Remember all comments this month mean a 50 cent donation to the Corolla Wild Horse Fund . The end of the month is coming up so please comment often to raise money for this worthy cause.