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A Boat Load of Balls May 15, 2017

Posted by digitalbrownshirt in News.

AKA “Check out my balls”.


It’s actually part of the “Dale Chihuly: Magic & Light” exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.



1. lauraw - May 15, 2017

We saw some Chihuly pieces at a glass exhibit near here, years ago. Delightful.

I had a client who used to trade in art glass, and I handled some Chihulys for him, but I never had the opportunity to handle his balls.

2. Sobek - May 15, 2017

Some balls are held for charity. Or so they say.

3. lauraw - May 15, 2017

Almost all of them are, probably. Holding balls just for your own benefit is considered rather self-serving.

4. geoff - May 15, 2017

Looks like somebody has blue balls.

5. retiredgeezer - May 15, 2017

Mrs. Geezer and I went to Dale’s studio in Tacoma. We also attended a lecture of his in Boise.

6. lauraw - May 15, 2017

Wow, that sounds great! Did you get to see his balls?

7. geoff - May 15, 2017

Probably once he got famous he wouldn’t let anybody touch his balls.

8. Mark in NJ - May 16, 2017

In Seattle, he set up an entire museum dedicated to showcasing his balls. That’s ballsy.

9. digitalbrownshirt - May 18, 2017

His glasswork is probably the main reason for seeing the museum here. There’s a massive tower of glass trumpets stacked 3 stories high in the front room, while his exhibit seems permanent to me. Definitely the best part of the museum.

10. Jimbro - May 24, 2017

He who has glass trumpets and balls shouldn’t live near an opera singer

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