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string pull- looks like Chihuly glass

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Pineapple Paintbrush: Introduction to Art (Day 1)!!!!!

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Chihuly-Inspired Cups Project

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Chihuly-Inspired Cups Project • Tiny Rotten Peanuts

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Overhead transpariences/photocopier transpariencies, color with Sharpies, cut spirals, assemble, hang! 30 minute Chihuly inspired chandelier project from art educator Jackie Hwang/ #Mingei museum

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30-Minute Chihuly Chandelier

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Dale Chihuly - Virtual Glass-Blowing for Kids

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The Chihuly App, glassblowing iPhone app

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The Chihuly App

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Throughout the 1970′s , influenced by the great glassblowing tradition of Murano, Chihuly experimented with the team approach to glassblowing. Working with a team of master glassblowers and assistants has enabled him to produce architectural glass art of a scale and quantity unimaginable working alone or with only one assistant.

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Scholastic Art

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Tissue Paper Balloon Bowls

Este es un proyecto familiar tan divertido que hacer fuera de este verano.

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Tissue Paper Balloon Bowls = Happiness - Meri Cherry

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Chihuly at Cheekwood (3:40)

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Emmulate Chihuly's glass art for children! Mix liquid watercolor with Elmers (for a more translucsent) or with Mod Podge (for a more transparent) for brilliant color. Use plain hair dryers to stiffen the plastic into the signature spirals in his chandeliers. Use Clear-Lay plastic film (Blick) to create the spires and water bottles for the spirals, also chicken wire, c-7 Christmas lights, and duct tape (for the spires' bases). We were a huge hit at the TAEA art teachers convention in San…

Emmulate Chihuly's glass art for children! Mix liquid watercolor with Elmers (for a more translucsent) or with Mod Podge (for a more transparent) for brilliant color. Use plain hair dryers to stiffen the plastic into the signature spirals in his chandeliers. Use Clear-Lay plastic film (Blick) to create the spires and water bottles for the spirals, also chicken wire, c-7 Christmas lights, and duct tape (for the spires' bases). We were a huge hit at the TAEA art teachers convention in San…

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