JELLIES: LIVING ART FAQ

Jellies: Living Art

Want to know more about these free-flowing life forms from the deep? Read on to get good answers to frequently asked questions about jellies.

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HUNTER MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART

Hunter Museum of American Art

At the nearby Hunter Museum of American Art, Jellies: Living Art will be enhanced and extended by the glass art in the Hunter’s galleries.

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JELLIES: LIVING ART VIDEOS

 

Go behind the scenes as aquarist Sharyl Crossley talks about the special display tanks that the Tennessee Aquarium uses to house jellyfish.

 

Jellies: Living Art features works of art from four glass artists alongside six different species of jellies. Glass art created by Dale Chihuly, Stephen Rolfe Powell and Cork Marcheschi will also be presented in this special exhibition.

 

The Tennessee Aquarium and Hunter Museum of American Art are located on the beautiful Chattanooga Riverfront.

   
Glass artist Cork Marcheschi describes how jellyfish and sea anemones have inspired some of his glowing works of art. Some of his amazing pieces are showcased at the Tennessee Aquarium during a joint exhibition with the Hunter Museum of American Art.

 

 
 
Glass artist Tommy Spake talks about creating jellyfish out of a molten medium. Some of his work will be showcased at the Tennessee Aquarium during a joint exhibition with the Hunter Museum of American Art.
 

 

Glass artist Stephen Rolfe Powell describes the process of creating "Screamers." Some of his exhuberant works are showcased at the Tennessee Aquarium during a joint exhibition with the Hunter Museum of American Art. Jellies: Living Art features works of art from four glass artists alongside six different species of jellies.
   
Graham Graham describes the impressive collection of Dale Chihuly's work being showcased at the Tennessee Aquarium and the Hunter Museum of American Art. These installations are part of the George R. Stroemple Collection.
   
   
 
 

 

 

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