His work was installed in 20 sites throughout the Garden, which covers 30 acres adjacent to Piedmont Park in the heart of Atlanta. Although most are part of the temporary exhibition, several are permanent additions to the Garden. These photos were taken on my phone.
It had been several years since I had visited the Garden, and had never before been there at night. The exhibition was a revelation.
Actual fall weather had come to Atlanta! The temps were in the 70's, dropping with the sun. There was a constant gentle breeze, so welcome after our sweltering summer.
There were path lights, moonlight and the lights within the glassworks to guide us through the garden.
In the photo above, you can see the scale of the installations in comparison with the people in the background. (I didn't artistically enlarge the sculpture in the foreground.)
Several works were installed next to or within the Garden's water features:
The effects of the huge trees swaying in the breeze, the moonlight and the glassworks was absolutely magical!
One you walked under...
Each one was spectacular! I hope that you enjoyed these photos if you don't get a chance to see the exhibition in person.
In the meantime, visit the delights to be found at Gardens Galore, Rattlebridge Farm, Sundays at Home, Between Naps on the Porch, and Life on Lakeshore Drive.