The photos below were taken at the Chihuly exhibit at SF's deYoung Museum. Mom, Dad, Mike, Patti, and I left at 9:00 am to go see it. What a mob. The exhibit has run from June 14 and will be over in 4 days. Seemed like every gray haired person in the Bay Area was there. The pictures don't do the show justice. It was colorful, fun, and aquatic in nature... I loved it.
Reddish orange tentacle shape is eight feet tall. Length of display was at least 30 feet. Patti thought this looked like a garden. This close up shot is part of part of display with reddish tentacle shape.
The three photos directly above this type are my favorites. We walked in a dark room with all the shell and aquatic shapes piled 8 feet above us on well lit clear panels. It was a fanciful trip to the ocean.