A summer stroll through the gardens of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art will treat museumgoers to also dramatic glass sculptures.
“Red Reeds,” 2014, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Installed 2016/Courtesy Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
A summer stroll through the gardens of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art will treat museumgoers not only to lush foliage and a revamped trail, but also dramatic glass sculptures only imaginable by one American artist: Dale Chihuly.
The world-renowned sculptor’s work will be presented for the first time in an Ozark forest June 3-Nov. 13. The outdoor installation accompanies his indoor exhibition of glass and mixed-media pieces June 3-Aug. 14 in “Chihuly: In the Gallery and In the Forest.” For more on the exhibit, Crystal Bridges and other things to do in Northwest Arkansas this summer, click here.