Chihuly is renowned as one of the most prolific living artists working in glass, with hugely popular exhibitions in major museums around the world. This work is a richly illustrated photo survey of his entire four-decade career, with more than 500 pictures showing all facets of his work.
is renowned as the most prolific living artist working in glass, with hugely popular exhibitions in major museums around the world. “Chihuly: 365 Days” is a richly illustrated photo survey of his entire four-decade career, with more than 500 pictures showing all facets of his work—from intimate smaller pieces to the tremendous outdoor installations that have thrilled millions of visitors. There are also personal photos of the artist; of “Team chihuly” at the Boathouse, his studio in Seattle, Washington; and of his marvelous drawings—all selected by the artist himself. Most of the photographs have never before been published.
Quotations from and about Chihuly, as well as descriptions of his various types of works and short texts on his most prominent series pieces, accompany the images. The captions also act as a chronology of his life and work.
is recognized as the most important artist working in the medium of glass. He has won numerous awards and in 1986 became one of only four Americans to be honoured by a one-man exhibition at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in the Louvre, Paris. Chihuly is co-founder of the Pilchuck Glass School outside Seattle, which draws students and teachers from around the globe.