Except for the feathers, this was carved from a single piece of wood by Brandon Kayquoptewa. 10.75 inches high. $1800 (SANTA FE)
All by Nick Brokeshoulder of the Tobacco Clan form the village of Hotvela: A seated Paiyatem Clown enjoying an ear of corn. 10.5 inches high and $225. The next Paiyatem Clown stands 10 1/8 inches high and $200. The Sikya Tsuku or Yellow Clown carrying piki is 15 inches high and $250. (SANTA FE)
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.
A Koshare carved by Larsen Harris Jr of Musangnovi Village. 15 inches high. $425. (SANTA FE) The Mudhead carrying piki to hand out was carved by Brendan Kayquoptewa. 7 inches high. $125 (TUCSON)
Randy Brokeshoulder carved this 11 inch high Kosahare. $275 (SANTA FE)
This acrobatic Koshare is 10.75 inches high. It was carved some years ago by Edwin Myer from First Mesa.
The Koshare above was carved by Erik Kayquoptewa .14.5 inches high to the top of the corn husks. $50 (TUCSON)
Two Koshares by Larry Melendez of the Butterfly Clan from the village of Sitsom'ovi. Each is just over 13 inches long but the one on the right is carved from a curved piece of wood, so straight up it's a tad shorter than it's blue-faced companion. Each is $85. The blue one is in TUCSON and the white one is in SANTA FE.
At right is a Tsuku or Clown that is known by a couple of names (Qötsa Tsuku and Omaw Tsuku - White Clown and Cloud Clown. Carved by Manuel Chavarria of the Butterfly Clan. Almost 10 inches to the top. $160. (SANTA FE)