Chihuly glass

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D. Chihuly, 1982 - Antiques & Collectibles - 77 pages
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Seeing Northwest Indian baskets collapsing under their own weight inspired Chihuly to create his groundbreaking Basket series. He translated the sagging woven-fiber works into translucent glass, eternally arresting their surrender to gravity-stopping time--and staking out his own aesthetic territory with those aymmetrical forms. Scattered throughout the book are brief statements by the artist revealing his working process. It also features sepia-toned photographs of Indian baskets from Chihuly's personal collection and full-color working shots.

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Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
72
Section 3
73

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About the author (1982)

Dale Chihuly is a native of Tacoma, Washington and currently resides with his wife and son in Seattle, Washington. For three decades, the artist has exhibited extensively in museums, and his site-specific, public sculptures can be seen in cities the world over.

Linda Norden was, until recently, the Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Fogg Art Museum.

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