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Chihuly: In the Forest

When:
August 17, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
2017-08-17T11:00:00-05:00
2017-08-17T21:00:00-05:00
Where:
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
600 Museum Way
Bentonville, AR 72712
USA
Cost:
$10.00 for non-members
Contact:
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
(479) 418-5700

Chihuly:   In the Forest
August 16 – November 13, 2017


Chihuly at Crystal Bridges

Over the years Chihuly’s creations have become familiar around the world. He is globally renowned for his site-specific installations in public spaces, as well as exhibitions in museums and gardens. At Crystal Bridges, extensive outdoor installations feature new works by the artist, as well as iconic works spanning his career.


About Chihuly

Born in 1941 in Tacoma, Washington, Chihuly has been an innovator for more than 40 years. He has worked in many media including glass, paint, plastics, neon, and ice, always pushing their boundaries to carry out his distinctive vision. He changed the way we think about glass, stretching the medium to new realms of possibility, and this exhibition highlights the unique properties of glass as a medium.

Chihuly sees glass as an art form of fire, breath, light, and gravity. He is globally renowned for his ambitious site-specific installations in public spaces, as well as exhibitions presented in museums and gardens. At Crystal Bridges, the extensive indoor and outdoor installations feature new works by the artist, as well as iconic works spanning the breadth of his career.

Chihuly established the glass program at the Rhode Island School of Design and co-founded Pilchuck Glass School in Washington. His artworks are included in more than 250 museum collections.

Chihuly: In the Gallery and In the Forest will be on view through August 14, 2017. Once the gallery portion closes, Chihuly: In the Forest will remain on view in the museum’s North Forest from August 16 through November 13, 2017.