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Glass Act: The Contemporary Glass Art Movement Turns 50

March 27 - October 7, 2012
Glass Act: The Contemporary Art Glass Movement Turns 50

Dale Chihuly (American born in 1941-), Cobalt Blue Persian Single from the Persian Series, 1991, blown glass, 15 x 24 x 17 inches. Permanent Collection 1991.160. Museum Purchase Harvey K. Littleton (American, born in 1922-), Ruby Orange Mobile Arc, 1982, blown, cut and polished art glass, 14 ¾ x 18 ½ x 2 ¼ inches. Permanent Collection 2008.8.2A, B. Gift of the Estate of George Epstein

Dan Dailey (American, born in 1947-), Boca Palm Vase, 1993, blown glass, height 14 ½ inches. Permanent Collection 1993.509. Museum Purchase  

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