Hopi Maidens

Hopi Indians live in stark, desert conditions on three mesas in Northeastern Arizona. Hopi “kachinas” are stylized religious icons carved from cottonwood roots and painted to represent the masked spirits from Hopi mythology. The inspiration for “Hopi Maidens” is the ceremony that is held each year in which Hopi maidens and tribesmen dressed as kachinas dance and sing to bring rain for the upcoming harvest. Writes the artist, “One side has a woman's feel with 2 Hopi maidens and a Corn Kachina. The other side has 2 male kachina figures with the Sun Kachina. On the base is the beautiful Butterfly Kachina. I wanted to fill the pony with Hopi inspirations for long life, love, health and strength.”


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SKU Hopi Maidens
Part Number 4022511
Material Resin
Release 2011 Winter
Retired Date Jul 1, 2012
Form Rearing
Theme Native American
Artist Vickie Knepper-Adrian

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