That is incredible. Wow, I loved seeing these photos. It seems like it would make more sense to have a padded floor for people to lie down on and look at it, rather than benches to sit on!
It was definitely incredible - and mesmerizing! I wanted to just sit and be drenched with all the colored light and never leave. :D Hee - padded floors - or couches to lie on - would have been fantastic!
Wow! It looks truly magnificent.It also looks like at the end of the day there will be more than one person with a crick in their neck... ;)
It really was stunningly gorgeous! Hehe - yes indeed!
Have to been to Bellagio in Vegas? They have some great glass there.
I've never been to Vegas - but I LOVE colored glass, so I'll keep that in mind if I get there. Thanks!
That was exactly my reaction when I was there! ;-)
Exquisite! Love, love, love his art! Still kicking myself for not making Nashville, even though it was almost identical to one I had just been to. It never grows stale no matter how much I look. I have seen two of his ceilings, but think that this one you have posted beats both of them and that is a difficult thing to do. Thank you for posting these!
Oh, and I know we talked about this in the past, but I love love love his art too. I was sorry you didn't make it to Nashville, and you're right - it really never gets old. This is the only ceiling I've seen in person, but it was SO gorgeous. I just wanted to stay in that room and bask in all the rainbow light forever. ^.^
What magnificent colours! It's like listening to a symphony. <333
Btw. do you know Joyce Faulknor? She paints glass and flowers in watercolour, her pictures are stunning. http://youtu.be/RKRBo7x1VN0 Edited at 2015-03-08 09:08 am (UTC)
I love the comparison to a symphony - a symphony of light! ^.^
Thanks so much for the link! I love work like that! Makes me want to break out my watercolors again. :D