Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Milwaukee Art Museum: [ Blown Glass Sculpture - by Dale Chihuly]







A detour to Milwaukee, and the Milwaukee Art Museum..
Here's Dale Chihuly's blown glass sculpture.
Isola di San Giacomo in Palude..
Location: Reception Hall of the Quadracci Pavilion..
# For more on the Quadracci Pavilion at the Milwaukee Art Museum, click here..





2 comments:

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Maria Palumbo said...

I'm always amazed by blown glass sculptures and I hope to visit Milwaukee Art Museum one day. During my visit in Murano I was very impressed by the many artisans blowing glass and making one of a kind sculptures and objects, which really represent the beauty of this small island. However, walking through Murano, I also saw many imitations which are reducing the value of the hardworking Murano artisans. To avoid buying a fake Murano item I searched online for some recommendations and I found www.yourmurano.com/en, the official Murano Glass shop, which gives a certificate by the Italian law which is "Vetro Artistico Murano" Trademark of Origin. By shopping online, I'm sure to receive the original products at home in just a few days, plus I can choose between a large assortment of items.