Nurse Creates Mind-Blowing Covid Chandelier Using Empty Vaccine Bottles

Laura Weiss' "Light of Appreciation" is Going Viral

The "Light of Appreciation" chandelier made of Moderna covid vaccine vials but Boulder Public Health nurse Laura Weiss. (Photo: Facebook)
The “Light of Appreciation” chandelier made of Moderna Covid-19 vaccine vials but Boulder Public Health nurse Laura Weiss. (Photo: Facebook)

A couple of days ago, the Boulder County Public Health department shared on social media two photos and a story about an incredible chandelier created using empty Covid vaccine bottles. Rightly so, the post is lighting up the internet and going viral.

A public health nurse in Boulder, Colorado, Laura Weiss said she created the inspiring fixture because, “I was witness to the inexhaustible efforts of healthcare workers and volunteers… [and] was inspired to repurpose hundreds of Moderna vaccine vials and create this “Light of Appreciation.”

A close-up look at one of the Moderna vials that makes up the "Light of Appreciation" chandelier made by Laura Weiss.
A close-up look at one of the Moderna vials that makes up the “Light of Appreciation” chandelier made by Laura Weiss.

Weiss hopes it honors and shows gratitude for “all those who have helped keep people alive, either by getting the vaccine to protect themselves and others, caring for those suffering from COVID, or by assisting in the vaccination effort.”

As she continues, “We are all connected in this effort. After so much loss, uncertainty, and anxiety, may the light bring hope for a brighter future.”

1 COMMENT

  1. What a brilliant and beautiful piece: well, two of them!

    This article brings a certain clarity about something that may be scary for many, (the vaccinations) transformed by a woman of insight and her own light, into what could be perceived as not just helpful, but beautiful and illuminating as well!

    I thank these artists, the designer and journalist, for reminding us all that Light is ever present, even in what has been perceived as the darkest of times.

    I am grateful to you both.

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