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Dale Chihuly

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Beth Carter

on 13 October 2014

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Transcript of Dale Chihuly

Dale Chihuly
http://chihuly.com
Day 2
On Chihuly's website you can click through his collections and look through his different series.

Based on what you see, what is a "series?"

Can you describe similarities and differences between two of his series?

You are going to get a picture of a Chuhily installation.
Find a friend that has a similar installation.
Discuss how glass and setting are alike and different.

How can we create a collaborative piece of Public Art? How can we learn from this contemporary artist?
We are going to be using plastic film, acrylic paint and markers to make our "Glass" Forms.
Dale Chihuly in action
How is Chihuly's art made?
Does he make it all himself?
What type of spaces does he display his art work in?
Chihuly's inspirations
Notice the colors and shapes of the forms. Notice how he was inspired and recreated the forms with blown glass
Dale Chihuly created a series of bowl forms he titled Macchia
after an oddly shaped basket he once saw. Later on, he used ocean forms, like soft coral, to inspire him.

Draw a large organic shape that touches the edges of the transparency using a sharpie.
Use Acrylic paint to simulate the glass by painting very thin and transparent
Clean up neatly!
put pained artwork on the drying rack
put plates on the counter
put brushes in the sink
dump cups and stack them
clean tables with a wet wipe
stack chairs.
Creating a 3 D Form

1.Add sharpie to the slick side
of the transparency
2.Cut along the outline and

Create a form with a vase and rubber band
if you want it shiny on top place the shiny side against the bottle.
Mrs. C will heat.


Help Mrs. Carter
install our Public Art
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