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Arizona Hopi Corn Dolls Carved Out of Wood and Painted in Vivid Colors (Full View)

Arizona Hopi Corn Dolls Carved Out of Wood and Painted in Vivid Colors (Full View)

These wood carvings represent Hopi Kachina Corn dolls. They are intricately carved and beautifully painted. The doll on the left has yellow corn kernels and green leaves carved into the area under her brown and red blanket. Her hair is long in the back with very detailed carving. This piece is signed (although it is difficult to decipher). It looks like "Sanakala H. I." The figure on the right in the photo has a multi-colored blanket and a green and gold face. The hair is also long in the back with intricate carving. The figures stand 10 inches (25 cm) tall.

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Galleries: Adult, Native Americans, North America, Wood
Keywords: All_Hopi_Arizona, American Indian, Arizona, Hopi, Indian, Kachina, Native American, USA, carve, carving, corn, doll, female, figure, figurine, hand made, hand painted, handcrafted, kernel, male, man, paint, southwest, woman, wood, wood
Photo Location: FCIT Photo Studio, Tampa, FL
Photographer: Dr. Ann E. Barron
Date of Photo: 05/30/2013
Device Make: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure Time: 0.0666667
F Number: 20
Original Dimensions: 3324×5220
Picture Orientation: Portrait
GPS Coordinates: 28°3'40.85"N 82°24'36.26"W
Picture Number: 27689