When one thinks of glass sculptures the name Chihuly comes to mind and Seattle can claim him as their own. Located in the downtown Seattle Center, the Garden and Glass Museum houses some of Chihuly's finest works. Though I have been to Seattle many times, I had never been to his museum and I was determined this visit to make it happen. Dale Chihuly born in 1941 studied Interior Design at the University of Washington and later continued his studies at the at the University of Wisconson to study glass at the very first glass program in the country. He later became a teacher at the Rhodes Island School of Design and went on to study in Venice when he recieved the Fulbright Award, Inspired from his travels around the world, Dale Chihuly's work is nothing short of genius, and today you can find his collections around the world. One such collection being in my backyard of Atlanta at the Atlanta Botanical Garden and you can find one of his amazing chandeliers at Georgia Institute of Technology in their business school. While the museum is not cheap it is definately worth the visit.