YOU CAN PURCHASE YOUR OWN CHIHULY!

The 2022 Studio Editions by Dale Chihuly are available for purchase at the Columbus Visitors Center Gift Shop! For information on purchasing, please contact the Columbus Visitors Center at 812-378-2622. The editions available at the gift shop right now are shown below.

See also the Chihuly prints available at the bottom of this page.

Dale Chihuly, Rosetta Persian

© 2022 Chihuly Workshop

Saturn Yellow Basket
Studio Edition

In 1977, Dale Chihuly set out to interpret in glass the essence of softly slumping and aging fiber baskets woven by indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest. “Like an Indian youth at the climax of his spirit quest, he felt some inexplicable connection with the baskets and through them with something universal,” says Northwest historian Murray Morgan.

The Saturn Yellow Basket Studio Edition captures Chihuly’s original vision for this body of work and incorporates his sensibility in grouping individual elements together to emphasize the visual experience. Each of its three vessels presents a honey-yellow hue contrasted by a dark oxblood red lip wrap that winds sinuously along the surface and accentuates the sculpture’s dimensional presence.

Edition of 150

Signed by the artist and etched with edition number

Approximately 5″H x 11″W x 10½”D

Every year, Chihuly creates new Studio Editions, representing Chihuly’s most distinctive series. As every piece is handblown, your artwork may vary slightly in size, color, and shape. Small blemishes or imperfections in the glass are part of the glass blowing process and add to the individual characteristics of each piece.

Includes Chihuly: On Color and Form, a 120-page book with essays by Davira S. Taragin.

 

Dale Chihuly, Rosetta Persian

© 2022 Chihuly Workshop

Aurora Macchia
Studio Edition

Unexpected combinations of color in Dale Chihuly’s Macchia achieve the artist’s vision of a visceral experience in color and light. Molten glass is manipulated, as layer upon layer of colored pigments are added, to create works that are mottled yet ablaze with intensity. Chihuly’s inventiveness and love of challenges are key in the development of these extraordinary and multihued sculptures.

The graceful, asymmetrical profile of the Aurora Macchia Studio Edition offers simultaneous views of its interior and exterior color palettes: a rich cerulean blue spills from within the sculpture, in contrast to its coral red exterior. As light shifts through these two palettes, the true coaxial nature of the combination is revealed, setting the interior aglow with a soft and mesmerizing luminosity. A dark lapis lip wrap defines the sculpture’s extraordinary form.

Edition of 175

Signed by the artist and etched with edition number

Approximately 7¾”H x 10″W x 9½”D

Every year, Chihuly creates new Studio Editions, representing Chihuly’s most distinctive series. As every piece is handblown, your artwork may vary slightly in size, color, and shape. Small blemishes or imperfections in the glass are part of the glass blowing process and add to the individual characteristics of each piece.

Includes Chihuly: On Color and Form, a 120-page book with essays by Davira S. Taragin.

Dale Chihuly, Rosetta Persian

© 2022 Chihuly Workshop

Kingfisher Persian
Studio Edition

Color and energy are the epicenter of Dale Chihuly’s body of work known as the Persians. These spiraling and fluctuating glass sculptures formed using the most elemental of tools—gravity, breath, and heat—capture Chihuly’s quintessential fascination with color and the medium’s transmission of light. “The elasticity of each form manifests glass’s real character as a frozen liquid, as molecules held in suspension,” observes art historian Robert Hobbs. This elasticity is enhanced by swirling, ambient color along the characteristic spines of the Persian forms, which adds an illuminating quality.

Composed of two individual forms nestled against each other, the Kingfisher Persian Studio Edition has transparent brandied-amber centers, which provide a luminous juxtaposition against the velvety lapis band that edges each form. A delicate, dark gold body wrap contributes to the dimensionality of the sculpture, while its golden yellow lip wrap draws together the dialogue of color and form.

Edition of 175

Signed by the artist and etched with edition number

Approximately 6½”H x 11″W x 6″D

Every year, Chihuly creates new Studio Editions, representing Chihuly’s most distinctive series. As every piece is handblown, your artwork may vary slightly in size, color, and shape. Small blemishes or imperfections in the glass are part of the glass blowing process and add to the individual characteristics of each piece.

Includes Chihuly: On Color and Form, a 120-page book with essays by Davira S. Taragin.

 

BUY A CHIHULY PRINT

You may also purchase Chihuly prints at the Visitors Center. The prints shown below are currently available for purchase.

Chihuly’s enjoyment in the spontaneous act of drawing has led to his continued pursuit of traditional printmaking; like his drawings, the prints offer collectors an intimate and alternative connection to his work in glass.

These original, limited-edition prints reveal his unique sensibility and highlight the artist’s unmistakable drawing style. All Chihuly Workshop original limited edition prints are signed by Chihuly and numbered. Prices vary by edition.

Dale Chihuly, Rosetta Persian

© 2022 Chihuly Workshop

Plum Golden print

The spontaneity and gestural expression apparent in Chihuly’s drawing style are among the attributes which initially drew Chihuly to glassblowing. Plum Golden combines the artist’s use of lustrous color and his visceral approach to drawing in the depiction of a metallic gold Chandelier vividly contrasted against a magenta background. Additional handwork of iridescent copper acrylic paint and distinctive violet dots add depth to the composition.

Six-color serigraph with handwork

37″H x 25″W

Edition of 125; signed in paint and numbered in pencil

All Chihuly Fine Art Prints are originals, signed by Chihuly and numbered. Prints with handwork are created by drawing with paint onto existing prints after they are pulled from the press.

Dale Chihuly, Rosetta Persian

© 2022 Chihuly Workshop

Autumn Basket print

The origins of Autumn Basket date back to 1977 when Chihuly, inspired by a museum collection of aging and collapsing woven fiber baskets, began developing his Basket series in glass. The single Basket form, positioned slightly off center and defined by iridescent yellow, takes center stage against a metallic tangerine background speckled with daubs of cherry-red. Pearlized dots of green dapple the interior of the form, harmonizing with the teal-green lip wrap.

Seven-color serigraph with handwork

37″H x 25″W

Edition of 125; signed in paint and numbered in pencil

All Chihuly Fine Art Prints are originals, signed by Chihuly and numbered. Prints with handwork are created by drawing with paint onto existing prints after they are pulled from the press.

 

Chihuly Clutches

Handmade by artisans in India
Glass Bead and Canvas
9 x 6″

This limited-edition clutch collection evokes the strong, colorful energy derived from the artwork of Chihuly. The clutch’s front is beaded by hand, while the back is solid black canvas. Choose from three designs. Each clutch comes with an official product card and branded cloth apparel bag for storage.

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