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© Michael DeFreitas
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New Mexico, Santa Fe. American Indian Art Hopi pottery katsinas Morning Star Gallery Canyon Road Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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© Michael DeFreitas
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New Mexico, Madrid. Hopi kachina dolls Madrid, New Mexico.
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi Kachina doll carver, Leonard Selestewa, paints a few finishing touches to one of his works of art, Flagstaff Arizona
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi kachina carver, Bradford Phillips Sr., poses with a few of his carvings in the ancient Hopi village of Old Oriabi located on the Third Mesa
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi clown kachina, known to the Hopi as Koshari, with a photographic camera in his hands
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi katchina doll dressed in traditional woven regalia and face mask.
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© Angel Wynn
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The Broadface kachina, Wuyak-kuita, is among the guards who prevent any transgression on the path of the Kachinas. Often called the Broadface Whipper...
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi kachina artist, Bertram Tsavadawa, paints black eyes onto old style kachina dolls that are made from cottonwood during the Hopi Indian Festival...
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi family of a father and son, Terrance Tewa Sr & Jr., who come from a long line of kachina doll carvers from the Hopi village of Old Oriabi,...
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© Angel Wynn
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Master Hopi kachina doll carver, Ernest Moore, with many of his colorful carvings during the Hopi Indian Festival at the Museum of Northern Arizona...
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© Angel Wynn
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Master Hopi kachina doll carver, Ernest Moore, poses with a blue ribbon prize winning signature piece that is one of his many carvings, Hopi Indian...
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi teenager carves and paints kachina dolls in-between attending classes at the Hopi High School. Here he is painting his carvings in his...
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© Angel Wynn
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Colorful kachina doll carvings by master carver, Ernest Moore, on display for sale during the Hopi Indian Festival at the Museum of Northern Arizona...
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© Angel Wynn
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Colorful kachina doll carvings by master carver, Ernest Moore, on display for sale during the Hopi Indian Festival at the Museum of Northern Arizona...
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi wicker baskets are made using yucca plant fibers. Colors used in wicker plaques are limited only by the weavers imagination. Hopi basket weaver...
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi carving of a kachina climbing up a kiva ladder
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi kachina carving of the mud men who appear during ceremonial dances. Their job is to keep water on the plaza dance area to keep the dust down.
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi kachina carving of the mud men who appear during ceremonial dances. Their job is to keep water on the plaza dance area to keep the dust down.
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi carving of an eagle dancer kachina with feather wings
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi carved mud men clown kachina with grass headdress
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© Angel Wynn
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The butterfly maiden, Palhik Mana, kachina is one of the more colorful kachinas in the Hopi pantheon. The tablita on the doll's head is spectacular.
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© Angel Wynn
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Katsina Doll design painted on a large hopi polychrome storage jar. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff AZ
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© Angel Wynn
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Hopi kachina doll carved from cottonwood depicts the corn maiden dressed in traditional dance regalia offering a basket of blue corn and cactus fruit...
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© Angel Wynn
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Ceramic Hopi rattle made from local clay. Pottery of double rattle and decorated with feathers at each end.