Chicago’s O’Hare airport is the primary one serving the greater Chicago area. It’s located to the northwest of the downtown core, often referred to as the loop, has for passenger terminals, and is one of the busiest airports in the United States.
O’Hare is full of art, both permanent and rotating collections. On my last pass through Chicago, making a connection from Toronto back to Seattle, I passed through a glass walkway that is home to the Millennium Chandeliers. There are 21 chandeliers, each measuring 4 feet by 4 feet, made of resin, then painted and molded into creative shapes and designs. The result is a sea of light and color that makes walking through the bridge connecting Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 a little less dreary.
This art installation was inspired by the works of glass sculptor Dale Chihuly, and was made by After School Matters gallery37 apprentice artists.