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Traditional cottonwood root has been hand-carved and hand-painted with lively acrylic paints, in Tiffany Tsabetsaye's "Red Beard Rain Dancer, Spirit From The Kiva" rain-making katsina doll. Long etched hair represents rainfall and a cloud element nourishes the land with gently falling moisture. Many exquisite details are to be enjoyed in this approximate 9" tall, 3" wide and 3" deep katsina. Measurements include the lovely burnished base. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
An important religious katsina ceremony takes place once a year at Zuni Pueblo in which Sha'lak'o makes an appearance. A beloved messenger from the Rain Gods, Sha'lak'o stands ten feet tall.
Felino Eriacho's all hand-carved and hand-painted, cottonwood and all natural pigments, "Shalako" katsina doll stands at a grand 14 1/4" tall, 2 7/8" wide and 4 3/4" deep, measurements include base. Refined features such as the Shalako's feathered headdress, incised hair and the Zuni Sunface elements all to the exquisite details of this extraordinary and collectible katsina. The subdued beauty of the natural pigment's colors are attractive and totally gorgeous.
Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Fred Bowannie Jr.
Fred Bowannie Jr.'s extraordinary all hand-carved and hand-painted, cottonwood and acrylic paints "Bringer Of Seeds" katsina is about 9 1/2" tall, 8 1/2" wide and 4" deep.
We see the "Bringer Of Seeds" katsina emerging from a pottery offering bowl filled with colorful corn cobs and wheat stalks of plant fiber and cloth cording. The katsina is traditionally dressed wearing his kilt, jewelry and headdress with feathers.
At the base sits other gifts such as a red chili ristra, melons, squash, green onions, tomatoes and pumpkin. All this bounty is a result of the amazing seeds that transform themselves into life-giving food.
Les Namingha, Zuni-Tewa-Hopi
Honored master pueblo potter Les Namingha has brought together traditional and contemporary techniques, such as hand-building with Hopi clay and the use of gorgeous acrylic paints to create this collectible "Shalako" pottery jar. Circa 2015, this masterwork features four Shalako. An important religious katsina ceremony takes place once a year at Zuni Pueblo in which Shalako makes an appearance. A beloved messenger from the Rain Gods, Shalako stands ten feet tall.
Don't miss this rare showpiece by Les Namingha, an award-winning creative genius. It's currently featured in an August 2020 advertisement for Keshi, in the "Pasatiempo, Santa Fe New Mexican" publication.
Approximately 12 1/2" tall, 11" long and 11" deep jar. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.