The various shades of lighted. colored glass art by Chihuly at Biltmore
The vibrant colors of Chihuly’s Coral Tower at Biltmore
The soft brilliance of Chihuly glass lighted up at Biltmore in Asheville, North Carolina
Named after a lagoon in Venice, Italy, Laguna Torcello, is part of Chihuly’s Mille Fiori (a “thousand flowers” in Italian) series, which began in 2003. Laguna Torcello II focuses on the gold color palette from this iconic installation, and features an array of Chihuly forms, including reeds, fiori, eelgrass, floats, and Towers, the only exhibit inside Biltmore House.
Chihuly’s Sky Blue and Cobalt Fiori around the fountain in front of the Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina
Vivid colors of Chihuly artwork at Biltmore are enhanced when lighted at night
The Chihuly exhibits at Biltmore are even more spectacular when lighted at night. Here are the reeds just about when the lights first come on ….