Native American Made Plaza Dancer Katsina Doll


Native American Made Plaza Dancer Katsina Doll by Sammie Walker (Navajo-Hopi)

The Plaza Dancer appears during the Mixed Dances with every and any other type of dancer. This type of dancer is one of the "collective dancers" and they appear as singles and sometimes multiples. They join other dancers to make a beautiful dance. They dance for rain, crops, food and the celebration of harvest. This specific one represents flowers. Very few of the artists make the Native American dolls this way. The action is wonderful and the carving, painting and details are very accurate.


22 in. tall


Sammie Walker--7923

In stock
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