Chihuly Garden and Glass, Seattle—High-value check-in place In this museum, you will feel the unconstrained creativity of the American glass master Chihully. The museum mainly displays his large-scale glass art works. The Chihuly Glass Art Park exhibits are divided into indoor and outdoor areas. The indoor exhibits are mostly the works of Master Del Chihuli that have been popular for many years; the outdoor exhibition area is dominated by a 43-foot-high glass exhibition hall with an area of 4,500 square feet. The exhibition hall displays a 100-foot-long glass exhibition hall by 1,400 Suspended sculpture composed of pieces of glass. There are also many large-scale glass artworks in the park, which form a peculiar glass garden landscape with plants and flowers.
The glass museum is also a very exquisite place. The scale of the entire museum is relatively huge. Glass can be seen everywhere here. Some glass products are also quite novel. The space of this city is also a huge environment.
We were here about 4 years ago and watched them make glass paperweights. This time the hot room had glass blowing going on. Simply amazing to watch them work with glass. The exhibits were limited as areas were closed off.
I came to visit the Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum of Glass. My jaw is about to fall. The master brought a group of apprentices to blow up a glass kingdom. I don’t like any of these bulbs, tubes, and pots. I even bought masterpieces. I think I can spend a few hundred to buy a pot to go home. Don't just put the fruits on it. Isn't that special art? Looking at the price tag of eight thousand, there are no shortcomings except for the expensive point. Then go to the store in the museum and buy one that doesn't matter who makes the same thing. In comparison, the store has no shortcomings except ugliness.
In addition to large and small glass artworks, visitors can also personally appreciate the process of the staff making glass art, interact with the staff, and some visitors can draw their own glass art, and then the staff will make the finished product. Of~
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