I… kinda ran free with this one. I might start using this shading technique in more of my work, not sure. I also used to think liver spots were scorch marks.
At long last… it has happened.
Complete with plastic figures featuring black demonic eyes that stare into your soul.
The more appealing ones simply go to prove that anything, and I mean anything can look good with the right presentation, and skilled lighting, via the creator and photographer, Amy Stevens.
I’m pretty sure this is the outdoor piece that the curators put the most thought into, for placement and surroundings, judging by the plants they chose around it, and what other works of art they juxtaposed with it.
They all looked like lamps, lit from within. They were only spotlit, just done so precisely that the light refracted beautifully through the entire piece.
And now, a couple shots of what Chihuly is best known for - his chandeliers.
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This room was absolutely breathtaking. I felt like I walked into the courtyard entrance of an extraterrestrial estate.
Chihuly’s influence by traditional weaving, in color and texture, probably shouldn’t have come as great to a surprise to me as it did.