Ailsa’s challenge this week is all about orange. I might have displayed these brilliant beauties before, but they’re worth another look. Orange. BY DALE CHIHULY as presented at the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City, NJ. More on Dale’s incredible work here.
Flowers by Acme 🙂
HAVE A BRIGHT, SUNNY, FUN-FILLED WEEK!
And don’t forget to visit Ailsa‘s challenge at wheresmybackpack.
Chihuly’s work is fabulous, isn’t it, Gem? 🙂 And what says Summer more than an orange Gerbera? Hope you’re able to get out and enjoy the last of Summer with a bit of help from your sis.
Thank you for the fabulous photos and you have a great week too!
Brilliant oranges. 🙂
Chihuly glass is stunning in orange. Thanks for these photos.
You’re so welcome, Trish. 🙂
I absolutely love Chihuly’s sculptures, and these are lovely. Gorgeous flowers, Gemma. Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend. 🙂 xx
I never heard of Chihuly, but those things are really pretty and exotic. They look like they should be living on the bottom of the ocean with clown fish swimming around them.
Oh yeah! You’re right! 😀
I have a photo of me standing in front of a very orange Chihuly sculpture in Venice. The man is amazing. Nice choice.
Next time I’m getting in front too!
Thanks for the visit, bp. 🙂
Wonderful orange, especially that glass! Oh yes, and I’ve just bought a CD of John Lennon’s post-Beatles greatest and an extremely impressed, in fact there are a couple of tracks there that I find downright fundamental – especially “Watching the wheels”, which is exactly how I feel right now. Right now, ???! Sorry – “at the moment”. 😀 xxx
“No longer riding on the merry-go-round,
I just had to let it go.” 🎶🎶🎶 ✌️
Thanks, A. xxx
Stunning beauties Gemma. You’ve captured the colours so well! Love it! 😀
Thank you, Sonel. Be well and enjoy your week.
Thanks hon. You too. 😀 ♥
Dale’s work is truly beautiful.
That it is. Some people have some very interesting livelihoods.
Never saw this selection of his work before. He’s amazing. If that casino closes down- like many in NJ seem to be doing- maybe we could place a bid on one of his works?
The Borgata probably isn’t going anywhere but if it does I’m all in!