On the Scene
Eric Carle art at High Museum
Enjoy a colorful retrospective of the beloved children’s book artist and author at the High Museum of Art. “I See a Story: The Art of Eric Carle” features over 80 collage works from 15 of his most popular books, on view through Jan. 8, 2017. above and left: IllustrationS from “The Very Lonely Firefly” © 1995 by Eric Carle. Book Art. “I See a Story: The Art of Eric Carle” is organized by The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, Massachusetts. BELOW: dale chihuly’s “sapphire star” at atlanta botanical garden’s new exhibit, “Chihuly in the garden.”
Chihuly exhibition at Atl. Botanical Garden The spectacular glass works of acclaimed Seattle artist Dale Chihuly have been unveiled at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where visitors can marvel at 20 magnificent sculptural installations blooming in kaleidoscopic color amidst the natural beauty of the grounds. The eye-popping pieces in the surreal juxtapositions include the chartreuse Hornet Chandelier suspended from the Canopy Walk and the 30-foot-tall neon Saffron Tower rising from the Water Mirror pool. On view through Oct. 30, “Chihuly in the Garden” marks the 40th anniversary of ABG, which drew record crowds for Chihuly’s first blockbuster show back in 2004. For an enchanting evening experience, “Chihuly Nights” is offered Wed.-Sun. atlantabg.org.
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