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Chihuly Exhibit Showcased at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism American artist Dale Chihuly has marveled at the mysteries of glass since blowing his first small glass bubble as an art student in 1965. The progression of his work over the past 50 years is now showcased at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville in the temporary exhibition “Chihuly: In the Gallery and In the Forest” on view June 3-Aug. 14 The exhibition contains more than 300 objects comprised of 14 bodies of work in the gallery and 10 large-scale outdoor installations. The works are featured both in the gallery and along the newly enhanced North Forest trail. Highlighted are Chihuly’s signature works and newest projects Admission for…
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