Chihuly Toledo! Celebrates Works of Famed Glass Maker

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Dale Chihuly (American, born 1941) Gold over Cobalt Blue Venetian #192.

Dale Chihuly (American, born 1941) Gold over Cobalt Blue Venetian #192.

Relationships. While some come and go over the years, others remain as strong as… glass (well, at least tempered glass). Case in point: the September opening of Chihuly Toledo! at the Toledo Museum of Art (TMA).

From Sept. 17 – Nov. 29, TMA’s Glass Pavilion will be vibrant with color, shimmer and style
with the works of prominent glass artist Dale Chihuly. Chihuly, probably best-known locally for Campiello del Remer #2, the 9-foot chandelier that graces the Monroe Street entrance to the Glass Pavilion, is a favorite of Toledoans and TMA visitors alike. Rarely seen works from the TMA’s extensive Chihuly collection, will be on display. Not since 1993 has the Museum’s entire Chihuly collection been seen at once. But it’s
more than just the art – the sketches and drawings that inspired the work will be a part of the exhibit as well.

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