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Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux
Salvador Romero, Cochiti
A fast-moving and focused Bobcat by Zuni Pueblo artist Tony Mackel. Its movement, form, and the color are striking. The coats of wild bobcats range from shades of beige to brown fur, with spotted or lined markings in dark brown or black. Tony's selection of this Picasso marble specimen beautifully reflects these colors and patterns. With eyes of inlaid turquoise, and expertly incised face, ruff, and body, the carving measures almost 5 1/2" long 2 1/2" tall.
A touching Owl pair of Picasso marble by Zuni Pueblo artist Freddie Leekya. Owls mate for life and become very emotionally attached to their partner. The owls have overlaid faces of pink mussel shell and turquoise, with both having eyes of inlaid jet. Together they measure about 2" long and 1 3/4" tall.
Carved from a gorgeous specimen of green and cream ocean jasper, this whimsical Rabbit measures about 1 3/8" long, 1 1/4" tall, and 3/4" wide. The bunny has a well-defined face with eyes of inlaid gold lip shell and jet, along with great ears, a button tail, and incised paws.
Terry Wilson, Dine-Zuni
A Mountain Lion on the move, with its tail curled up over its back, is carved from a fantastic specimen of serpentine. Expertly crafted with great detail in the face, body, tail, and paws - even the pads of the paws are carefully defined. With intense eyes of inlaid turquoise, this extraordinary carving measures about 3 3/4" long and 1" tall.
Carlton Etsate's raccoon has unforgettable eyes of inlaid turquoise that contrast with its nearby dark mask-like area. With a fury incised body and easily recognized ringed tail, this city and country dweller measures almost 2 1/2" long and 1" tall.
Marcel Chase Weahkee
Using materials indigenous to the Zuni Pueblo area, Jessica Eriacho's colorful Turtle is composed of a base Zuni travertine, skillfully overlaid with a vibrant Zuni azurite. With eyes of inlaid pen shell, this Zuni treasure measures about 2 1/2" long, almost 1" tall, 1 1/2 wide.
Abby Quam & Clayton Panteah
Salvador Romero brings us a strong and attractive Bobcat, carved from found stone that was once on Cochiti Pueblo lands. It measures slightly over 5" long and 2" tall.
Keli'i Eli, Zuni-Hawaiian
A Frog of serpentine measuring about 3 1/2" long and 1 1/2" tall by Keli'i Eli. It carries an offering bundle made of a point of cuprite with turquoise and red branch coral. We love its eyes of inlaid turquoise.
Charming bushytail (Coyote, Fox, Wolf) traveling partners carved from Picasso marble and turquoise by Kimberly Kallestewa. With adorable faces and eyes and noses of turquoise and jet, together they measure about 2 1/2" long and 1 1/4" tall. They carry an offering bundle of a point of black lip shell and red branch coral.
Lionel Sanchez, San Felipe-Cochiti