Posts Tagged "blown glass vessel"

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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Bellied Root Vessel

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Bellied Root Vessel

The Bellied Root Vessel is a hand blown glass vessel that has clear glass elements that  have been applied during the blowing process. Bernard Katz feels that this adds  greater three dimensional relief to the surface of this glass vessel. The clear glass bits are applied while the glass piece is hot. There is a meticulous amount of masking areas to protect while this piece is being sand blasted during the cold working process.     shown in gold topaz color size: 11″ x 8″ also available in sunset salmon, jade, blue, and amethyst $1250.    ...

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Birch Vessel in sunset salmon

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Birch Vessel in sunset salmon

While living and working in Colorado, the backdrop of aspen trees provided the inspiration for the Birch Vase. Birch trees and aspen trees seemed similar to the novice  like myself. Since Bernard grew up in Pennsylvania, he decided to name this hand blown glass vessel after the birch tree. The Birch Vessel is comprised of multiple thin layers of color. The outer layers of color have been sand blasted away leaving the illusion of birch trees.     shown in sunset salmon color size: 11.5″ x 10.5″ also available in jade, gold topaz, blue, and amethyst $980....

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