Love Chihuly in the Garden, especially the “Aloes”
I have googled the aloes -they look amazing!
Is he good or what? Love all of his work.
Yes, watch for another on Wordless Wednesday!
How amazing. Thanks for sharing. I’d love to see these in person, but doubt I’ll get there this year.
They are there till the end of October, Karen
Thanks Cathy. x
Lovely pictures. Kew was my garden when I was little and for a good while in my twenties. But it is a very long time since we were there – a memorable visit when our youngest sat on a cactus in the glass house – there was a collective gasp from a group of Japanese tourists!
Oh how I giggled when I read that!
Fantastic additions to any garden, wonderful work!
Sadly they won’t ever be added to my garden!!
Indeed they were, and there were many others I haven’t shown
I love these! We saw some similar in Phoenix Botanic garden a few years ago. I don’t remember he artist’s name.
Google tells me there have been a number of exhibitions of his work there
So it must be the same artist. I love his work and it is perfect in a garden setting. Thanks for checking.
I will show my favourite on Wednesday, the one that was especially stunning because of its location
Wow Cathy! The first one looks like a huge firework. They are all quite fabulous. I noticed that this exhibition was on some time ago and have informed my friend who visited Kew with me last year. We’re hoping to get there 😃
I managed to miss some so if you do go don’t make that mistake!
Oh, you are lucky to get to see this. I love his work.
After Dorris mentioned it I decided to treat myself last Thursday before I resumed Grannie duties on Thursdays, which I will be doing shortly 😉
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