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Tawa, Kachina by Christopher Pardell, Legends Kachina Dancers Collection

"Tawa" Kachina
  by Christopher Pardell, Legends Studios Fine Art Sculptures by Starlite Originals Pewter & Mixed Media. Western, American Indian, Wildlife and Contemporary Art Statuary.

9 1/4" heigh. 
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66 / of 2500
Limited to: 2,500 pc's.

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Tawa, Kachina by Christopher Pardell, Legends Kachina Dancers Native American Collection Limited to 2,500 pc's. Issued June 1992.

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A true symbol of the Hopi and Zuni spiritual life, Kachinas are believed to be supernatural beings with vast powers to confer prosperity in the form of abundant harvest. Living part of the year disembodied spirits in their own land, they leave their homes and travel to the world of mortals upon the arrival of the winter solstice. Taking up residence within the bodies of men, they remain there until the Niman Kachina festival in July.

Your beautiful rays,
may they color our faces . . .
--- Hopi prayer

In Hopi myths, as in Hopi life, the sun -- whose yearly cycle gives order and meaning to Hopi life -- is a bringer of light and warmth, handsome, gentle, kind, beneficent. Before the world had begun, nothing existed except Tawa, the spirit of the Sun. Tawa gathered together the elements of space and infused them with his own substance, creating the First World and starting the cosmic journey of life from the Underworld to the Upperworld. The colors of the mask, body paint and costume of the Tawa Kachina are those of the desert light, and in his hands he usually carries a ceremonial flute or rattle and a small spruce bough, a traditional offering of propitiation.

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