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Dale Chihuly

Posted on Thursday, July 14th, 2005 under Design Reviews | No comments

Dale Chihuly (Day-el Chi-hoo-ly)
Born: September 20, 1941, in Tacoma, Washington

Stylistically during the past forty years, Chihuly's sculptures in glass have explored color, line, and assemblage. Although his work ranges from the single vessel to indoor/outdoor site-specific installations, he is best known for his multipart blown compositions. Dale Chihuly These works fall into the categories of mini-environments designed for the tabletop and large, often serialized forms displayed in groupings on pedestals or attached to specially engineered structures that dominate large exterior or interior spaces ...

Piece I Enjoyed: Cattail Floor Installation - 2003 Glass (77 × 16 inches)
URL: Dale Chihuly
Gallery of Interest: Holsten Galleries
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