Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
Oh, brother. I would have guess they have some kind of spray washer, not touching the glass tips by hand.The sparkle on the tip of the tower on the right is amazing.
And of course it always rains right after you clean your glass cactus. :-)
very interesting. i wondered too! good eye
Spray paint? hahaha
Love that star burst on top! That one must have already been cleaned.
You know, Sharon, I though of you when I went into de Victoria and Albert Museum hall; I know how much you love Chihuly, so I will let you know when I post what I saw there! :-)
I've always wondered that about his chandeliers too. Very scary to do i am sure.
Must be using Swifters! They're supposed to get 'em clean, so I hope they get the point!
Hi Sharon: Thanks for the update on Los Dos Molinos...the reason I asked about windmills is that I think Los Dos Molinos means The Two Windmills in Spanish. Probably a whole of lot of present-day Phoenix was rural when we lived there! :-)
Phoenix is such a diverse city. Are you joking? This isn't really Chihuly is it? Looks real to me!
I hope those guys are well insured. I wouldn't dare do the job.
I can only imagine how gentle they are with these. Nice capture.
Amazing glass sculptures; he is an imaginative artist, isn't he. I never thought about the cleaning process. I think I'll ask about the chandelier in the Minneapolis Art Institute foyer. Someone should know; perhaps there's a suggested regiment to their care.
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