“Fireworks of Glass” is the largest permanent sculpture of blown glass by renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly. This 43-foot tower mesmerizes children and adults alike at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. If you’re curious about the art of glass blowing and how it’s done, visit “Fireworks of Glass” at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis website, where there are all kinds of ways to learn more about master artist Dale Chihuly and his amazing art. And if you’re able to visit the museum in person – even better! Watch this 4 minute video of CBS Early Show news anchor, Erica Hill, as she gets a personal glass blowing lesson at Chihuly’s Seattle studio.
Dale Chihuly’s “Fireworks of Glass” at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis