Except for the feathers, this was carved from a single piece of wood by Brendan Kayquoptewa. 10.75 inches high. $1800 (SANTA FE)

All by Nick Brokeshoulder of the Tobacco Clan from the  village of Hotvela: His flat doll Koshare is 2 feet high and $210. A Navajo clown. $250 and 12.5” high. (SANTA FE) A Koshare trying to get a different perspective on things. (TUCSON)

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Hopi Koshares will spoof anybody. These three by Brendan Kayquoptewa -a Koshare Chef, Mechanic and Doctor. Each is about 13 inches high to the top of the corn husks. Each is $285. The Doctor and Mechanic are in Santa Fe and the Chef is in Tucson.

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A Kwivi Koyala or fancy Koshare, by Brandon Kayquoptewa. 12.5 inches high. $275. (SANTA FE)

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Above is a Koyaala (Koshare) by Kevin Quanimptewa. 9.75 inches high. The one at right is 8 inches tall. (BOTH IN TUCSON)

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This Koyala was carved by Nick Brokeshoulder. 16 inches high. $250 (TUCSON)

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A Koyemsi (Mudhead) by Kevin Quanimptewa. 8 inches high. (TUCSON)

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A Mudhead acting as a hapota or drummer. 15 inches high. $350. (SANTA FE)

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Clearly a Koshare that has been talking until it’s blue in the face…. by Larry Melendez of the Butterfly Clan from the village of Sitsom'ovi. Just over 13 inches long $85. (TUCSON)