Dale Chihuly, Mille Fiori, 2014, Clinton Presidential Center

For the past few months, the Clinton Presidential Center has displayed the beautiful artwork of renowned American artist Dale Chihuly.

Born in Tacoma, Wash., in 1941, Chihuly is credited with revolutionizing the Studio Glass Movement. With incredible architectural installations in historic site all around the world, he helped to transform the glass medium into to the world of fine art.

The exhibit, titled simply “Chihuly,” features four installations spanning four decades, placed around the Clinton Presidential Center. You might have recognized his Red Reeds installation in the fountain on the cover of the November issue of "Little Rock Soirée." 

The exhibit is in its final few weeks, so stop by and get an immersive and a gorgeous visual presentation of color, shape and form before its last day on Jan. 5, 2015.

Get more information about the exhibit here.

A mother of three, Streett is committed to providing opportunities for kids from all walks of life through her ongoing work at the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Presidential Library. | (Dress and accessories provided by B. Barnett; hair & makeup by Angela Alexander.)