Chihuly: On Color and Form
Essays by Davira S. Taragin
“As we look back at a career of more than fifty years and counting, we realize that Chihuly’s five best-known series—the Baskets, Seaforms, Macchia, Persians, and Venetians[—] . . . essentially are the building blocks for his entire aesthetic.” —from the introductory essay by renowned art curator Davira S. Taragin
Dale Chihuly’s impact in merging the worlds of art and glass cannot be contested. But how do you sum up decades of creative exploration, restless innovation, and uncompromising vision? To celebrate this legendary body of work, Chihuly Workshop is releasing, in a single-volume format, essays and images featuring these five popular series. This book highlights new perspectives from the author, alongside richly colored images of some of the artist’s most iconic pieces. Chihuly: On Color and Form presents an opportunity for longtime fans and new admirers to examine and appreciate the artwork and also Chihuly’s influence, which resonates to this day more than ever.
Hardcover, 7¾ x 10¾", 120 pages, 125 color photographs