Artist Dale Chihuly's latest show at the Atlanta Botanical Garden features 19 installations throughout the 30-acre garden. "Fiori Boat and Niijima Floats" is behind him at the base of the Earth Goddess in the Cascades Garden.
The "Indigo Blue Icicle Tower," which was created for the current exhibition, greets visitors to the garden.
"Sapphire Star," which is situated in Howell Fountain, welcomes visitors to the Great Lawn outside Fuqua Conservatory.
The sinewy shoots of "Carmel and Red Fiori" line the Great Lawn outside the conservatory.
Tucked away in the Japanese Garden, "Turquoise Marlins and Floats" cast a nighttime spell in the walled area.
"Black and Green Striped Herons with Icicle Clusters" is a work created for the exhibition.
This installation combines "Green Hornets and Waterdrops," a 2016 work, with "Neodymium Reeds," a 2014 work.
"Ikebana" can be found inside Fuqua Conservatory, along with two other works.
The radiating "Sol del Citrón" is especially eye-catching against the night sky.
"Sapphire Neon with Neodymium Reeds, Floats and Logs" has an otherworldly look.
The colorful "Fern Dell Paintbrushes" emerge from a lush water source.
"Trumpet Flower Arbor" greets visitors arriving at the Children's Garden.
A stroll on the garden's Kendeda Canopy Walk allows for a view of "Chartreuse Hornet Polyvitro Chandelier," above, and "Green Hornets and Waterdrops" and "Neodymium Reeds," below.
Created for the garden's 2004 show, the "Blue and White Parterre Fountain" installation is part of its permanent collection.