|Outside Tacoma's Museum of Glass on Friday.|
|Gray sky reflected in Glass Museum's hot shop dome.|
|"Ten Silver Birches" by Michael Kenna, Japan, 2005.|
|"Nine Boats" by Michael Kenna, India, 2008.|
And then there was Chihuly!
|"Opal Gray and Amber Seaform Set," Dale Chihuly, 1984.|
Dependable, glorious color in glass by Tacoma's famous son, Dale Chihuly. The Art Museum has a room dedicated to a permanent collection of his work, and I often go there during the winter to sit and soak up the color.
|Another view of the seaform set.|
|Glass vessel by Chihuly.|
We took our reflected photo looking into this courtyard where Chihuly's big glass Japanese float balls are usually displayed, but they had just been taken in for the winter so that they wouldn't break in the cold.
Back outside, fallen leaves added a touch of color to the otherwise gray urban landscape.
Have a colorful day