Shima in tea

Posted by on Jul 2, 2011 in hozhoni series | Comments Off on Shima in tea

Shima in tea color is a hand blown glass sculpture created by Bernard Katz

Shima in tea glass sculpture

The Shima in tea is about the communication between two individuals.  Shima is a Navajo word of endearment meaning, my mother.

This hand blown art glass sculpture by Bernard Katz incorporates an hand finished redwood base

shown in tea color

size: 22′ x 23″ x 6″


Glass sculpture by Bernard Katz Glass in Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia Fountain Restaurant

“Shima” in Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

This ‘stepped’ base version of this sculpture is located in the Four Seasons Hotel – Fountain Restaurant in Philadelphia, PA.

To read more about this installation project – Four Seasons Glass Sculptures