The exhibit includes 19 installation pieces that fit organically into the surroundings. The colorful glass sculptures range greatly in size. Some are small and well disguised, while others are large, grande and impossible to miss.
Here are a few that are well disguised.
These three are large, magnificent and hard to forget.
Fern Dell Paintbrushes, seen below, wins my vote for the piece that is incorporated best into the garden. The yellow and red of the installation paired with the blue Hydrangea are a perfect match.
The Atlanta Botanical Garden itself is worth a visit if you have not ever been. These are a few beauties that live there permanently.
Blue and White, seen below in the Levy Parterre garden, is part of the permanent collection of the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
And this Earth Goddess? I really just want her to come hang out in my back yard for a while.
Chihuly decorated her nicely.
If you live near Atlanta or will be passing through, you will not be disappointed by spending your day strolling through Chihuly in the Garden. The exhibit can also be seen at night. Chihuly Nights is on my radar. I think a fall evening sounds perfect!