A Paakiw or Fish katsina - a Tewa katsina that appears at Hano village on First Mesa. 14 inches high and 10 inches across. Carved by Ryan Gashweseoma. $350 (TUCSON)
Sivu’ikwitaqa or Pot Carrier Boy, carrying a Hopi ceramic water canteen on his back. Carved by David Selina of the Snow Clan. 6 3/8 inches high including the base. $150. (TUCSON)
A Crow Bride by Raynard Lalo. 11.5 inches high. $270. (SANTA FE)
A Patung or Squash katsina by Raynard Lalo. 10 inches high. $270.. (SANTA FE)
Hemis katsina by Cimarron Grover. 18 inches high. $675. (SANTA FE)
A small Hoho Mana - by Augustine Mowa. 4.5 inches high. $85. (SANTA FE)
Gene Dawahoya -better known as Nuvadi - carved this Turtle Maiden. 8.5 inches high and $525 (SANTA FE)
A 10 inch high Morivosi katsina by Raynard Lalo. $160 (SANTA FE)
At left a Wakas katsina by Nick Brokeshoulder. $450. (SANTA FE)
A Broadface or Wuuyaqqötö by Lloyd Honhongva. 12 inches high and 9 inches across. $300. (TUCSON)
A Hensona katsina by Randy Brokeshoulder. 12.25 inches high. $275. (SANTA FE)
His name is literally “craves (your) hair”. A wawarus or runner katsina, he will challenge a young man to a race. If the man wins he receives a small basket with an eagle down attached to it. If he loses the race, then the katsina will cut off a whack of the hapless loser’s hair, usually using sheep shears.
To the top of the feather, this Lizard katsina by Brando Kayquoptewa is 12 inches. $240. (SANTA FE)
The Manang.ykatsina represents a type of Collared Lizard (Crotophtus) found at Hopi. There is also a Lizard Clan at Hopi, closely affiliated with the Badger and Snake Clans. The Lizard katsina is one of the warrior katsinas.