Friday, November 24, 2006

ART AT THE VENETIAN

This is a wonderful art gallery at the Venetian Canal Shoppes. Its called The Peter Lik Gallery. His photographs are bright and elegant. The gallery itself is exciting with designed one of a kind furniture and spectacular lighting. If you are ever in Las Vegas you must stop by and see his work.

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16 comments:

outdoorexposure said...

nice capture...lovely light and angle...love the wood floor here:-)

Anonymous said...

Wow, this WOULD be a great place to visit. Very unique displays and looks like unique work too.

Thanks for commenting on my grandson's drawing. He was so pleased and excited to learn where everyone was from who commented :)

jazzy said...

that is a very nice photo, i like the design on the floor very much, how unique.

thanks for stopping by and hope you have a nice weekend.

lynn said...

I used to manage a gallery like this. Those columns are a nightmare to put up is all i can say! lol

John Roberts said...

Vertical panoramas - you don't see that often. And the floor is interesting too!

Kate said...

Love the art; the floor is a piece of art itself!

Annie said...

I like the floor too. In fact, what's NOT to like in that beautiful place. Thanks for showing it, Photowannabe.

Edulabbe said...

It's a beautiful art gallery.
I love the floor!!!

Laurie said...

The first thing that caught my eye, were those incredible floors. Really intersting. Nice shot all around. Beautiful colors.

Joel Reynolds said...

Wow - those photos look amazing.
I love that red-rock slot canyon shot.
Joel

Anonymous said...

How incredibly spectacular!

Anonymous said...

Looks like a very cool place. Good job capturing this sharp image in low light.

AphotoAday said...

Beautiful gallery -- and you got a really interesting thing going on there with the lighting... Great shot...

kris said...

wow, the few pieces which are visible look gorgeous! even the flooring is cool!

Anonymous said...

The photograph is a work of art in itself, great patterns.

LSqrd said...

There was an Ansel Adams exhibit at the Bellagio.... I have a freind who saw it a couple weeks ago, and was blown away.