Native American art consisting of authentice Kachina dolls, fetishes, pottery & paintings by the Navajo, Hopi & Zuni tribes.
Native American carver Dwight Mahooty carved this clown Kachina by hand. This Zuni Kachina is 6 1/4" tall.
Stewart Quandelacy made this handmade Zuni corn maiden fetish from a sea shell.
Native American Jemez potter Mary Small is a very well known artist and Indian Art and Craft Association artist of the year for 2002 and 2010.
Handmade Jemez vase with natural colors by multiple award winning Native American potter Mary Small.
Zuni corn maiden fetish with red coral needlepoint necklace by multiple award winning fetish carver Claudia Peina.
Zuni fetish of corn maiden by Claudia Peina with turquoise, coral and jet.
Zuni fetish of maiden with turquoise, coral and jet cabochons by multiple award winning Zuni fetish carver Claudia Peina.
Zuni turquoise maiden fetish with olla pot by master Native American Indian fetish carver Claudia Peina.
Native American Hopi kachina carver Sterling Macrae beautifully handcarved "Mana kachina girl" from the root of a cottonwood tree.
Ceremonial Kachina Dancer by Navajo Native American Kachina carver RC Begay.
Zuni bear fetish hand carved by Rodney Laiwakete from Picasso marble.
Handmade Cochiti storyteller wedding vase by Native American potter Dena M. Suina.
Hopi owl Kachina hand carved from one piece of wood with natural colors by Hopi Native American carver Eddison Torivio Jr.
Hopi Koshare "Clown" Kachina hand carved with 2 ferrets by Native American Hopi carver William Lucio.
Hopi Kachina carver William Lucio hand carved this beautiful Native American Koshare or "Clown" kachina from one piece of wood.
Beautiful Native American acrylic hand painted Sun Kachina on a Cochiti drum by renowned Zuni Pueblo artist Duane Dishta who passed away over 2 years ago.
This Hopi Kachina was hand carved by Hopi Indian carver Wilmer Kaye from cedar.
Hopi kachina of owl dancer with excellent detail by Native American Hopi carver Nate Jacob.
Very detailed Zuni Ho' ote Kachina acrylic painting size 8x16 inch by multiple award winning Native American artist Duane Dishta (deceased).
Zuni artist Duane Dishta made this acrylic Zuni painting on a Cochiti drum using Acrylic paints.
Duane Dishta size 12x16" Zuni Parrot Kachina painting in Pueblo village with oak wood frame.