Dale Patrick Chihuly


Born in Washington in 1941, Dale Chihuly is a master of glass blowing, creating magnificent sculptures and glass artworks that dazzle with color and light. From single pieces like glass baskets modeled after Native American designs to groundbreaking installations on a massive scale, Dale Chihuly’s art is designed to live within the environment in which it is displayed, from cities to buildings and botanical gardens. Made from brightly colored molten glass spun into abstract and sometimes asymmetrical shapes, Dale Chihuly’s sculptures are a modern and architectural marvel.

Chihuly’s prints often reflect his glass work, with colors and shapes reminiscent of his baskets and flowers printed as lithographs. Large installations like Chihuly Over Venice and Chihuly in the Light of Jerusalem that truly show the grand scale of Dale Chihuly’s art. Choose glass sculptures for sale online and at auction to complete your collection.

Past Lots

A four-piece set of Dale Chihuly 'Persians' art glass sculptures

Sold: $7,200

Dale Chihuly, (b. 1941 American), Ultramarine Macchia with turquoise lip wrap, 1989, Colored glass, 16.25" H x 22.625" W x 19" D

Sold: $6,000

Dale Chihuly (b. 1941), "Yellow Persian" (with red lip wrap), 1996, Glass, 11.5" H x 12.5" W x 8.5" D

Sold: $4,550

Dale Chihuly (b. 1941), "Red Blanket Cylinder," 2000, Glass, 8" H x 5.5" Dia.

Sold: $4,375