Chihuly at Bellagio [videorecording] : Fiori di Como / Ken, director.

Chihuly at Bellagio [videorecording] : Fiori di Como / Ken, director.

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Seattle : Portland Press, 1998.
1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
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Samuelson, Ken.
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Chihuly at Bellagio : Fiori di Como
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Title from cassette label.
"Dale Chihuly, the man who made glassblowing an American art form, meets the challenge of a lifetime with the 1998 commission of the world's argest glass sculpture. Watch as Chihuly creates, for the lobby of the luxurious Bellagio Resort, Fiori di Como, an explosion of color and light featuring over 2,000 "flowers" hand-blown from molten glass. From conception to completion, you'll experience the creation of this masterpiece for what has become one of the world's most sophisticated gathering place"--Container.
Concept, design, development, production and installation of the work in Las Vegas. The sculpture is composed of over 2000 hand blown "flowers"
Commercially distributed. Also available from the Bellagio Hotel.