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Workshop Books & DVDs

Chihuly Workshop is the largest resource for books and films about the work of Dale Chihuly. We’ve created titles that cover almost every facet of Chihuly’s artistic vision—from books that follow the development of a single series to documentaries that span his entire career. 

It’s the intense attention to detail and commitment to a process in designing and printing our titles that make everything we’ve published unique and beautiful in its own right.

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Chihuly Faxes
Get a glimpse inside Dale Chihuly’s creative process in Chihuly Faxes. With 21 color photographs and 130 faxes handpicked from an archive of 7,500, this publication, featuring a foreword by renowned author and former president of PEN American Center, Francine Prose, boasts an analysis of technology’s role in communicating bold ideas. In her words, Prose likens this collection to looking at “dreams about art” and suggests that we, as a society, “may have undervalued the fax transmission.”

Chihuly: On Fire
Chihuly: On Fire encompasses four decades of his breathtaking work in an extensive, illustrated chronology with 177 illustrations, including 166 full-color plates and a comprehensive essay by art historian and acclaimed author, Henry Adams. This publication will take you on a visual journey through the artist’s most important series: Cylinders, Baskets, Seaforms, Macchia, Soft Cylinders, Persians, Venetians, Putti, Ikebana, Jerusalem Cylinders, Rotolo and many more.

Short Cuts III
For nearly half a century, Dale Chihuly has traveled the world, creating and installing his artwork. From sculptures to large-scale installations, his blown-glass works revolutionized the American studio glass movement. In Short Cuts III, witness Chihuly's creative process as he revisits earlier themes and explores new ideas that inspire the continued evolution of his work. These shorts reveal Chihuly's role as both artist and teacher, uncovering the stories and the process behind some of his most celebrated projects, from working with students in his hometown of Tacoma, Washington, to exhibitions in prominent botanic gardens worldwide. Short Cuts III reveals Chihuly's continuing experimentation and exploration as he has pushed the boundaries of the medium throughout his career.