The Great Gallery of the Toledo Museum of Art in Ohio is home to classical art pieces that are a sight to behold, yet it has recently welcomed a contemporary piece that has helped bring a fresh of modern air throughout.
The piece is a man-made rainbow that features in the middle of the gallery. It’s made entirely of multi-colored threads that help to create a sense of brightly colored light beams cutting through the air – just like a rainbow.
Gabriel Dawe is the artist behind the installation, which is called Plexus35, having been behind many other visual designs that use nothing but colored threads. The exhibition is still on display and will remain at the Toledo Museum of Art until January 22, 2017.