Patty Fawn, of French and Cherokee descent, is the younger sister of famed carver Don Lelooska. Her grandfather was a performer in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. She and her brother were adopted into the Sewid Clan of the Kwakiut Nation. Her has been seen at the Autry Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, Museum of Man, Chicago Field Museum and the Eiteljorg Museum, among many others. She works in bronze, bone, ebony and fossilized walrus ivory
Earrings carved of bone and inlaid with abalone shell and all are $125 each. Right to left: whale fin motif, 1 3/8 inch long. Hummingbird birds 1.25 inches across. The owls are 1 by 1 1/2 inch. The hand are 1.5 inches long.(TUCSON)
Three works carved of ebony inset with abalone: Raven 1.75 by 1.5 inches. $295. The Killer Whale is 2.5 inches long. $295. The raven wing earrings are 1 3/8 inches long and $85.
Beautiful, graceful humming bird pair carved of a single piece of bone and inlaid with abalone. The pendant measures 4.5 inches across. SOLD. (SANTA FE)
The owl is carved of fossilized walrus ivory and is 2 7/8 inches high. $375. (SANTA FE)
Titled “Shaman Necklace” it depicts two Ravens flanking Bear. The panel, carved of elk bone, is 4.25 inches across and strung with abalone, fossilized ivory and glass trade beads. $1750. (TUCSON)
A bronze raven ring inlaid with abalone, size 10 1/2. 1.25 inches long. $395. (SANTA FE) The bronze and abalone owl pendant, strunf with mother of pearl and Biwa pearls is 1.75 by 1.5 inches and SOLD. (SANTA FE) The stunning Killer Whale ring is a size 11 and 1 7/8 inch long. (TUCSON)