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Topic - Dale Chihuly
The sculpture "Sun King" has never had much respect in Tacoma.
An exhibition of blown glass by artist Dale Chihuly will make its debut to the public this weekend at the Clinton Presidential Center, and Hillary Rodham Clinton was attending its opening gala on Friday night.
The Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock is preparing to host a temporary exhibition of blown glass works by artist Dale Chihuly.
Dale Chihuly still reigns as the king of glass art. His hand-blown assemblages are in the collections of more than 200 museums as well as places like the Bellagio hotel and casino in Las Vegas.
"Morandi is a very gifted guy, and we beat him up," she said. "Tacoma was not ready for this kind of art."
"It opened the gateway to the idea that we needed an ordinance to provide money for the arts from public building projects," she said. "It led to a public awareness that these things are important."