On this week’s art crime blotter: cops catch Dale Chihuly employee stealing glass en masse, Nebraska teen lights sculpture on fire, and a Florida man's tinfoil-wrapped house is not a hit with neighbors.
An ongoing scheme to steal glass art by Dale Chihuly proved successful for over a year, because the warehouse worker accused of the crime stealthily only took items that he (correctly) “believed would go unnoticed.” By the time someone realized what had happened, over $3 million in work was gone. Read more...
The scintillating splendor of Dale Chihuly?s artistry comes alive with Chihuly in the Garden at the Chrysler Museum of Art. This special outdoor installation, which opened April 11 in the Museum?s Memorial Garden, pays tribute to Norfolk?s natural and nautical beauty. Show More Summary
Like I said, galleries load it up for the fall. My favorite Brit, James Cope is serving up some real bangers and mash at the Mac with his show Blueline, while Dale Chihuly, the often imitated never duplicated, glass blower kicks off the fall at Dunn and Brown. Keep an eye out (pun intended), because […]
Chad and Renza completely lucked out with the timing of their wedding at the Denver Botanic Gardens last July -- the gardens were filled with installations of blown glass from artist Dale Chihuly! I'm an enormous fan of Chihuly glass, so I was super excited to see what a wedding would look like amid his bold and colorful art.
"Mr. Burden did his best to wrestle with what looked like a disused Dale Chihuly chandelier, but..."
Denver Botanic Gardens will present the Rocky Mountain Region?s first major outdoor exhibition of artwork by celebrated American artist, Dale Chihuly. The exhibition will be on view at the York street location June 14 ? November 30, 2014. Show More Summary
National treasure and genius artist Dale Chihuly fights crime in this skit from Seattle's late, lamented sketch show "Almost Live!" (which, incidentally, also launched the career of Bill Nye the Science Guy). Thanks for linking me to this, Emily Gunther Lloyd!
A brilliant glass menagerie on New Bond Street.
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They're Fast for Slugs: The children of today can't run as fast or as far as their parents could. Chihuly Faker Faces Real Prison Time: A 35-year-old Renton man who admits to etching Dale Chihuly's name into generic glass pieces and then selling them online is slated to be sentenced today. Show More Summary
I am somewhat of a glass collector. I have several pieces on display throughout my house. I do not own anything as extravagant as a Dale Chihuly original, but I do have a piece that was crafted by a glass blower that was trained by him. Chihuly has returned to the Phoenix Desert Botanical Garden with [...]Show More Summary
From June 8 to October 20, 2013 the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts presents the artwork of the incomparable American artist Dale Chihuly. At the invitation of Nathalie Bondil, the Museum?s Director and Chief Curator, Chihuly has executed...Show More Summary
Fans of famed glass artist Dale Chihuly now have a free iOS app to enjoy in The Chihuly App, which lets you create your own art with the looks and shapes of his celebrated glass sculptures. After picking one of Chihuly’s styles, youShow More Summary
Paging Dale Chihuly enthusiast Marissa Mayer. You can make your own incredible glass sculptures in the same style of the artist with an iPhone app. More »
Jenny Holzer in front of an image of a Jenny Holzer. A bunch of people squeezed into the auditorium at SAM Wednesday night for a worshipful hour with Jenny Holzer. It was sold out. Dale Chihuly sat front row, center. We have been worshipping...Show More Summary
RICHMOND, VA.- The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and The Martin Agency announced today a joint effort that brings to life works of art by artist Dale Chihuly. To complement Chihuly?s exhibition at VMFA, The Martin Agency worked with Unit9 in London to create the first ever glassblowing iPhone app, inspired by Chihuly?s unique art process. Show More Summary
As part of a campaign for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Martin Agency, along with Unit9, has created an iPhone app to help promote a new exhibit; Breathe Art into Life from glassblower Dale Chihuly. The app allows users to blow into the phone's microphone to create Chihuly-inspired glass blown art. Show More Summary
Glassblowing has made its way to the iPhone in the form of a new app called Chihuly. A celebration of the work of artist Dale Chihuly, the app makes glassblowing digital, allowing users to blow into their phones to create their own virtual...Show More Summary
Culture Travel Tuesday By Dr. Jessie Voigts Destination: Art Exhibits Artist: Dale Chihuly You have probably seen glass artist Dale Chihuly’s work – now ubiquitous, it is seen at art museums and public places around the globe (click on these links to plan travel to museums and public places where you can see his work). [...]Show More Summary