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Paintings by Native American artists

Sculptures

Dempsey

Arlan Dempsey
Laguna/Navajo
Clay
Sculpture
~ $795 ~

Nora Yazzie
Navajo Nation

Clay Sculture
~ $495 ~

"Ocean Breeze"  by Cliff Fragua

Cliff Fragua
Jemez Pueblo

Bronze Sculpture
SOLD

Unknown
Hopi
Turquoise Horse
SOLD

Kachinas

Hemis Mana

Jerome Nequatewa
Hopi
Hemis Mana

~ $225 ~

Silent warrior

Jerome Nequatewa
Hopi
Hemis Mana

~ $225 ~

Sunface Kachina

Waapaataka
Hopi
Sunface Dancer

~ $695 ~

 

Native American Fetish Carvings

Arvilla Cheama ~ Humingbird
Arvilla Cheama ~ Hummingbird
SOLD

David Chavez
David Chavez ~ Butterfy

Jerold Lahaleon
Jerold Lahaleon ~ Five Eagles

Cheryl Beyuka ~ Foxes Cheryl Beyuka ~ Foxes
SOLD

Hudson Sandy ~ Seahorse
Hudson Sandy ~ Seahorse

Derrick Kamasee
Derrick Kamasee ~ Mother/baby owl

Fetishes, or stone carvings representing animals, are common worldwide. Zuni Pueblo has a long tradition of carving fetishes for religious purposes, and this is still practiced today.

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