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Ronald Honyouti is a master katsina (kachina) doll carver. He is a recognized innovator of style. Ronald Honyouti, the youngest of the four Honyouti brothers, is a world renowned artist who has lived most of his life on the Hopi reservation. His father, Clyde, and older brother Brian, gave him the aspiration to begin carving. Ronald has won numerous awards for his katsina doll (kachina doll)...
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The Kachina dolls once carved and costumed represent Kachina dancers. As the Winter Solstice comes to a close, the Pueblo people of the Southwest anticipate the arrival of the Kachinas. The Pueblo such as the Zuni believe that Kachinas are ancestral spirits that appear each spring to teach the people how to live and how to ensure rainfall and plentiful crops. Order and collect Kachina Dolls by...
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What, Who, and Why are Kachinas? The Hopi doll Kachina, normally constructed of cottonwood, is neither considered nor used as a toy or idol to be worshiped. They are meant to be treasured effigies which represent Kachinas or spirits of the Hopi tribe. Actual Kachinas are spirits of animals,...
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The Hopi, or “Peaceful People”, inhabit lands in the Southwest. Native Americans celebrate spirits related to almost every aspect of life. Kachina dolls are handcrafted by the Hopi Indians. Corn was essential to the Indian way of life. The Sun was the spirit that gave this nourishing food by its...
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Handmade Navajo Kachina Dolls at reasonable prices. Each of our Kachina dolls is handmade in New Mexico by Navajo artists. They are all named signed and numbered. Pictures are meant to give a representation of the style and quality of the dolls, but the actual doll you order may vary in color and...
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Wondering about the meaning of Navajo Kachinas? Learn all about Navajo Kachinas and where you can get them at NavajoKachina.com! The History, Popularity and Uses of Native American Kachina Dolls The Navajo Indians are natives of the Southwestern United States. This culture has used an interesting religious symbol for hundreds of years, the Kachina doll. Kachina dolls were traditionally...
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