Below are some photos I took from an exhibit on Dale Chihuly’s glass art called “Through the Looking Glass” at the MFA in Boston. The exhibit was extremely colorful so I thought it’d be a good idea to feature it here, plus his works are awesome!
The exhibit starts off with rippled orange and yellow disks looking like psychedelic UFO's.
A boat filled with colorful glass knicknacks seems to glide across the glass waters.
A vase filled with flowers glints in the light and casts shadows on the ground.
A dazzling array of multicolored patterned Mexican blankets fill up a wall.
Red stalks of grass? Flowers that look like gramophones? Why not? Anything can be found in Chihuly's world
More of Chihuly's kaleidoscopic interpretations of nature
A cherub floats among swirly seashells in a warm golden sea of light.
A frosty blue glass chandelier hangs from the ceiling, looking like an alien tree.
What disco balls will look like in the future!