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Trans Terra Ceia in blue

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Trans Terra Ceia in blue

The harmonious unity combining the elements of earth and sky are found within The Trans Terra Ceia. More than one view to what lies beyond is presented with this binary composition.The upper portion of this glass form has been sandblasted creating a translucent effect. shown in cerulean blue size: 23″ x 9″ x 4″ $2650.      

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Caladesi in yellow

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Caladesi in yellow

The horizontal orientation of The Caladesi creates a horizon of interest within this hand blown glass sculpture. Incorporating a sandblasted surface, this glass form will befit its setting, whether the environment is contemporary or traditional. Custom metal stand is included.  shown in yellow color size: 27″ x 13″ x 5″ $3450.  

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Vilano in cinnamon

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Vilano in cinnamon

The Vilano takes an asymmetrical yet balanced approach incorporating its visual elements in this hand blown glass sculpture. This bipartite color scheme incorporates a translucent sandblasted area to compliment the opaque cinnamon glass color. shown in the cinnamon color size: 23″ x 9″ x 5″ $2450.        

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Trans Bolinas in cinnamon

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Trans Bolinas in cinnamon

A day on a west coast beach becomes the inspiration for The Tran Bolinas both in name and form. This glass sculpture created by artist Bernard Katz is hand blown, cold worked, and sandblasted. shown in cinnamon color size: 20″ x 11″ x 5″ $2650.  

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Melange Series 10 Glass Sculpture

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Melange Series 10 Glass Sculpture

The velvet soft translucent scarlet color of the Melange Series 10 heightens the unity between the pair of hand blown glass forms. Each piece in this series has been cold worked and sandblasted to achieve the translucent surface texture. Shown in the scarlet color size: 27″ x 20″ x 8″  

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Chalice Root

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Chalice Root

When it comes to an art glass sculptural vessel by Bernard Katz, the Chalice Root is unequaled.  Combining the illusion of organic growth with a structured form, demonstrates both the fluid yet controlled world of glass blowing. Often asked, “Are the dark colored vines or branch like parts glass?” Yes, the Chalice Root is all glass. The three dimensional elements are applied during the final stages in the hot blowing process. Like most of the work we do, blowing the piece is just the start. It then begins its long journey through the cold working process of masking, sandblasting,...

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