Chihuly is the most comprehensive book about Dale Chihuly's work to date--a perfect volume for readers interested in surveying this prolific career. More than 300 illustrations, including 248 color plates, create a virtual gallery of Chihuly's work. The book's broad selection of exhibitions, accompanied by lists of architectural installations and public collections, offers a definitive look at the artist, his dedicated team, and their creations. Jack Cowart's introduction provides a compelling perspective on Chihuly. World-renowned art critic Donald Kuspit contributes a major essay that explores the relationship of medium to artistry and craftsmanship, as well as the dynamics of the creative process. A detailed chronology, listings of Chihuly's works, and a bibliography augment this generous volume.