You still have time to see the perfect marriage of art, science and nature of Chihuly’s dazzling sculptures transformed Kew Garden and glasshouses into a contemporary outdoor gallery space till 27 October 2019.

Unique art installations is situated across the grounds, including the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art. You can experience his Drawings and Rotolo series – the most technically challenging work Chihuly has ever created – and Seaforms, undulating forms that conjure underwater life. The art sits side-by-side garden’s botanical treasures, from ancient trees to blooming flowers

The celestial vibrant blue masterpiece Sapphire Star welcomes you as you walk through Victoria Gate.

In a Kew Gardens first, the Temperate House is a home to a brand new, specially designed sculpture inspired by the cathedral-like space it will inhabit.

Chihuly Niijima Floats at Kew Gardens © Chihuly Studio