Sand & Fire & Breath: The Art of Dale Chihuly
Dale Chihuly was born in 1941 in Tacoma, Washington. He
studied art and design in Washington State and went on to graduate school at the Rhode Island School of Design and University
of Wisconsin. A Fulbright fellowship took him to Venice to study glass, and he would go on to found the Pilchuck Glass School
in Washington. His works are located in over 200 museums, gardens, and public spaces around the world. This Pacific Northwest
artist is internationally renowned for his avant-garde designs, in his which he fuses sand and fire and breath to create fine
art out of glass.
Glass artwork from Dale Chihuly is on display
through November 5 at the Dallas Arboretum. The images here show just a sampling of what you can see.