Dale Chihuly (b. 1941). White seaform vessel with tan and red spots and curling edges.
Provenance: Directly from artist; collection of Edward Claycomb.
Biography: Dale Chihuly first encountered glass art as an interior design student at the University of Washington. Immediately fascinated, he went on to study glass at the University of Wisconsin, which was the first university in the United States to teach glassblowing. From there, he went on to the Rhode Island School of Design, where he continued to learn about glass and eventually ended up teaching. His education continued with a Fulbright Fellowship to go to the famous glassblowing studios of Venice. After his time in Italy, he returned to his home state of Washington to found his own glass school, the Pilchuck Glass School, with Ann and John Hauberg, influential supporters of the arts in Seattle. At this school, his art style and process truly flourished. In particular, Chihuly first fostered the collaborative method of glassblowing he had witnessed in Italy at Pilchuck, something that would become a hallmark of his artistic process.
Artist: Dale Chihuly, American, born 1941.
Dimensions: Height: 7 in x width: 13 1/2 in x depth: 9 in.
Condition: Good condition.
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