by Nate Jacob
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About the kachina
Kachinas are given in hope of future wealth and wellbeing, and are often used teaching tool the next generation. These figures
bridge young and old, as well as teach non-natives about the spiritual world. Each year, Kachinas come to bring life and renewal, when they return
to the spiritual world they take the prayers of the native people with them.
This dance ceremony features the prestigious Eagle Dancer
kachina as well as Crow Man, Crow Mother, and Owl kachinas. It is likely the dance is to ward off any disobediance as each of the kachinas on the
lower level have yucca reeds in their hands.
About Nate Jacob
Born in 1959 into the Tobacco Clan of the Hopi, Nate Jacob's unique style has earned him, numerous awards. He started
carving in 1985 and was a student of Cecil Calnimptewa. His pieces reflect vivid and interesting visions carved in the Hopi tradition.