This phenomenal Comanche Dancer was hand beaded by award winning artists Farlan and Alesia Quetawki. They won four awards on this dancer alone; 2nd Place in Santa Fe Indian Market 2018, Second Place in the Heard Indian Fair and Market 2019, First Place in the Zuni Festival of the Arts and Culture 2019, and Best in Category in the Gallup Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial 2019.The set of ribbons in the photo come with the dancer. The Quetawkis carved a balsa wood dancer and beaded over it.
The eyes were beaded first with the face beaded over, giving them a realistic look. There is an amazing amount of detail beaded throughout. This one-of-a kind beaded dancer will elevate any art collection. 19" tall x 6 3/8" long x 5 5/8 wide.
Zuni Pueblo is the largest pueblo in New Mexico, and because of its location, Zuni is the most traditional. Most of the people of Zuni rely on the sale of traditional and contemporary arts and crafts.Zuni Pueblo artists are known for their fine jewelry, distinguished pottery, unique fetish carvings, and much more. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American: US\1935-Now\Beads & Beadwork". The seller is "crowandcactus" and is located in this country: US.
This item can be shipped to United States, Russian Federation, Canada, China.