Hopi Ka'e or Corn Dancer Kachina Doll by Woody Sewemaenewa KX40170
Hopi Ka'e or Corn Dancer Kachina Doll is approximately 16" tall including a 3-1/2" base& and is 6" wide at widest points.
More about Hopi Ka'e or Corn Dancer Kachina Doll
The Corn Dancer is probably the most popular of all the kachinas.& They appear in the Kiva Dances, Plaza Dances and Mixed Dances.& He represents a prayer for the fruition and growth of corn.& His costume is similar to the designs of the eastern pueblos with distinguishable horizontally crossed feathers on the crown.&
Woody Sewemaenewa showed the talent required to be a great Kachina carver at a very early age. Since he was to young to be initiated as a carver, he would sneak into his father's shed and carve in secret. One day when his kachinas were discovered, everyone in his family knew that Woody had the gift to become a carver. Then, he was guided and initiated properly by his father. Now, Woody's work is known and recognized due to his hard work and artistic ability. Woody loves to constantly carve kachinas and his passion is seen in the different styles of kachinas that he makes. He was born on November 27, 1969 in Keams Canyon, Arizona. Woody belongs to the Greasewood Clan.
This Kachina Doll is made of cottonwood. We are PROUD to bring you another amazing Kachina Doll! Dolls like this one are the reason we are the #1 NATIVE AMERICAN ART SELLER!