It was breathtaking in scope. Glass and light not only on a grand scale, but shaped as if by whimsy into soft curls, huge floral bowls and elongated tubular shapes; it felt like an underwater paradise. Over the last fifteen years I have noticed more and more artists using light not only to emphasize elements within their work but as a medium that is an integral part of a given piece. Not so much in the tradition of James Turrell and Robert Irwin but as a distinct almost concrete element.
The lighting was perfect and visitors were permitted to take non-flash photos. And though these cannot do justice to the experience of seeing the real thing, they bring me joy every time I look at them.