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Travel Channel shows you where to see the best Dale Chihuly glass art including Seattle's Chihuly Garden and Glass in the U.S. and beyond.
Tactical Tomorrows saved to Bungalows and Cottages
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/31rEo "It is said that such tales shall with each telling illuminate us all with the light of truth." ~ Icewind Dale Narrator My personal "Icewind Dale" inspired piece.
Josh Bennett saved to Icewind Dale Inspiration
Since you are here, please, make a comment. Also, If you like my photography, check out my website/blog at: www.JohnRRogers.com for more information. Today I decided to post another image from the Chihuly exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. I really love the glass of Dale Chihuly. I love the amazing color & detail he brings to his art. This is a section of the ceiling from a hallway that joins two rooms in the Museum. As I very often do, I combined several exposures to create a High…
Lori Vale saved to Colored Glass
The Bellagio is famous for the fountain show outside, but it's also worth going inside with a lot of art artificats. The Bellagio Lobby ceiling is adorned with 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers - the Fiori di Como - created by world-renowned artist, Dale Chihuly. Explore Highest position: 46 on Wednesday, February 9, 2011
If I had to pick one TV series to get my Iverson fix, I'd probably go with "The Roy Rogers Show." The 100 episodes filmed during the show's run from 1951-1957 are a treasure trove of Iverson Movie Ranch rocks. Roy was an iconic Western hero, and even today, long after his death in 1998 at age 86, he defines cool. The legacy Roy left behind exhibits a genuine quality that transcends the silliness of 1950s TV and rises above the amateurish production values that typified the TV Westerns of the…
Birdie Brush saved to Roy rogers and gene autry
Glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly at the Dallas Arboretum
Tammie Daily saved to Art that catches my eye
“Today's #DailyDale goes all the way back to 1976 working on an engine in the garage on his parents property, the same garage that would become the start of DEI in the 1980's.”
DE Archive saved to The Dale Earnhardt Archive