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Bart Gasper, Jr.
Adrian Leon, Acoma-Hopi
A red parrot or macaw and a Raven were inspired of a Zuni legend in which long ago, a priest named Yanauluha blew on his staff producing plumes and eggs. Two eggs were blue like the sky, while two eggs were earth-toned red. The People were asked to chose. Some selected the colorful blue eggs, which after much care and attention turned into a raven. The not so colorful eggs cracked and emerged into a vibrant parrot or macaw. Those who chose the raven became the Raven People or Winter People, while those who selected the macaw became the Macaw or Summer People.
Cameron Kalestewa also worked in sacred Corn Mountain or Dowa Yalanne in Zuni Pueblo, with a rising Sunface. The beautiful border has feather and arrow elements. These stunning designs were achieved with the pyrogravure art technique and acrylic paints on a pine slab. Measurements include beaded loop: approximately 10" long, 8 1/2" wide and 3/4" deep. Signed by the artist.
Eagle and little brother Hawk are powerful raptors as depicted in multi-media artist Cameron Kalestewa's pine woodwork wall hanging that's intricately burnt in the pyrogravure art technique. Pyrography has been used by many ancient cultures like craftsman from Peru, Egypt and China. Cameron is one of the best pyrographers in Zuni. Crushed turquoise represents water for the growing garden of corn, squash and melons. Measurements are about 11" long including the lovely beaded loop with turquoise, 8 1/2" wide and 3/4" deep. Signed by the artist.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this eagle fetish will go to the Zuni Eagle Sanctuary. Please see our resources page for more information on the sanctuary.
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.
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.
Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.