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Maegan Shetima's lovely corn maiden is carved of well-polished onyx, about 2 3/4" tall and 1 1/8" long. Her eyes and mouth are inlaid of turquoise, and her incised corn body is inlaid with jet, red coral, gold lip shell, mother-of-pearl and turquoise accents. In the Zuni Pueblo, corn maidens are recognized as one of the three stages of Woman.
Kateri Quandelacy Sanchez
Kateri Quandelacy Sanchez's gorgeous labradorite carving hosts two corn maidens, like twin sisters, each with sweet faces of overlaid black lip shell. They're embellished with many red coral pieces and incised stars and Dragonfly friends. This piece of labradorite is especially lovely, glowing with blue and green hues. About 3" tall, 7/8" deep and 2 3/8" wide.
Debra Gasper's duck (or goose) is carved from fascinating selenite with turquoise inlaid eyes. This specimen of selenite has naturally occurring striations and variations, it's gorgeous! About 2 5/8" long and 1 1/8" tall.
A finely carved gazelle carved from a beautiful warm-hued picture jasper by Bryston Bowannie. With eyes of inlaid turquoise, it measures slight over 1 3/4" tall and almost 1" long.
Justin Red Elk, Zuni-Sioux
Fitz & Marlo Kiyite
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux
They say "never look back" but this Bear of antler by Gabriel Sice has just caught the sent of something good behind him. The bear stands at about 7" tall by 2" wide. The antler carving has inlaid eyes of jet and wears a necklace of turquoise and coral.
Joshua Leekya's Picasso marble Badger is about 2 5/8" long, 1 3/4" wide and 7/8" tall, with jet inlaid eyes. Joshua's offering bundle consists of a nicely carved mother-of-pearl point, turquoise beads and a segment of natural branch red coral. Badgers digs burrows underground called a "sett".
Brian Yatsattie is know to work with the most interesting materials and this is no exception. Using spectacular red and green blanket rhyolite Brian has masterfully carved this powerful Owl. You can imagine its silent flight in the wings and detailed tail feathers, the power of the hunt in its talons. 3" tall, 2 3/4" from tail to talons, and 1 1/2" wide.
Gilbert Bowannie carved this turkey from chocolaty indigenous Zuni Travertine. With wing tips of mother of pearl shell this bird is about 1 3/4" long and 1 1/2" tall.
Brion Hattie's Bobcat of leopard jasper is staying alert, keeping its eyes of inlaid turquoise fixed on a distant point and ready to move if necessary. With a nicely bobbed tail and an offering bundle of a gold lip shell point plus turquoise, this feline is about 3 5/8" long and 2 1/8" tall.
Lionel Sanchez, San Felipe-Cochiti
This Horse of Zuni travertine by Freddie Leekya looks ready to lay down his opinion on any subject you choose. He sports fine details like inlaid eyes of jet, a soft mussel of brown pen shell and hooves of bright blue turquoise. Even the incised harness has inlaid decorations of turquoise stone. This horse is a bit too small to measure in hands so we used a ruler instead. The carving stands about 1 3/4" tall and 3 1/2" long.
Christopher Sandoval, Zuni-San Felipe
Rosella Lunasee & Loubert Soseeah
Robert Michael Weahkee