Posts Tagged "Navajo"

Shima in tea

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Shima in tea

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″   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...

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Bikeya

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Bikeya

Art Glass Sculpture by Bernard Katz from the Hozhoni Series “The Bikeya” depicts the beauty between mother and child. The mother is watching over the child (mother earth in Navajo language). The blown glass forms have been cold worked and sandblasted.A custom metal display stand is part of the sculpture. shown in aurora and cinnamon colors size: 19″ x 14″ x 7″ $4000.  

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Shima in aurora

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Shima in aurora

The Shima in aurora by Bernard Katz, draws from the communication between two individuals.  Shima is a Navajo word of endearment meaning, my mother. Shima is a hand blown art glass sculpture with Navajo inspiration. The glass forms sit on top of a hand finished redwood base to complete the sculpture. shown in aurora color size: 22″ x 23″ x 6″    

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