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Christopher Sandoval, Zuni-San Felipe
A cool and camouflaged Lizard clings to the desert's warm soil, while dreaming its best dreams. Christopher Sandoval carved this arid-region dweller from Indian paint stone and inlaid vibrant eyes from turquoise. His father is renowned carver Melvin Sandoval.
Indian Paint stone is also known as Death Valley Paint stone or Navajo Blanket stone. This gorgeous material comes from the Death Valley area of California, where collecting is no longer possible. The natural and diverse patterns seen in this sedimentary rock are otherworldly.
A lizard's animal medicine helps us remember our dreams and focus on our deepest visions. About 4 3/4" long, 2" wide and 1 1/4" tall.
Horned Lizards are like little time travelers from the Jurassic age, albeit a miniature version of the great dinosaurs that once roamed planet Earth. Amazing spiked features and adaptable camouflaging abilities add to the wonderfulness of these endangered desert dwellers.
Danette Laate's captivating horned lizard (or horny toad lizard) has been carved from dolomite and cross-hatched for great reptilian skin detail. A Zuni Sunface element, representing the balance of the elements, of turquoise, jet and red coral has been set into this approximate 2 5/8" long, 1" wide and 1/2" tall turquoise-eyed fetish.
Nelson Yatsattie's Lizard carved from fluorite is smooth, long and sly. This lighting fast reptile measures about 3 1/2" long, 1 1/2" wide by 1" tall, with smart eyes of inlaid turquoise. The carving had curvy minimalistic lines with incised feet. The long tail flips towards the back of the head and incredibly is carved forming an open loop at the back. Lizard medicine helps us remember our dreams and focus on our deepest visions, as a lizard basks in the heat of the sun, quiet yet alert.