This incredibly detailed Kachina was carved by Hopi artist Wilmer Kaye. It stands 14″ tall and sits on a base 3.5″ across.
This distinguished carver is a nephew of the legendary jeweler Charles Loloma and brother to famed jeweler Verma Nequatewa. Wilmer chose the traditional art of kachina carving for his creative, award-winning path.
The Long-Haired Kachina (Angak’cchina) is bringer of gentlerains and flowers. The long hair worn loose down the back resembles the falling rain with the eagle breast plums rising like clouds above.