The Kawaika-A is a Hopi dancer named after the ancient Hopi settlement on Antelope Mesa. He is covered in symbols for rain, a sacred commodity anywhere in the Southwest. This example is a Navajo carving that is a perfect way to recall the deserts of Hopi-Land.
Measures 7" (17.7 cm) long and 3" (7.6 cm) wide
Artist: Francis Largo (Navajo)
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