Navajo Edward Johnson MUDHEAD Katsina (Kachina) is featured with a war drum and dancing was hand-crafted by Edward Johnson in the usual bright paint, feathers, and cloth.
Navajo Edward Johnson MUDHEAD Katsina (Kachina)
Edward Johnson’s kachinas can be seen in the Detroit Institute of Arts. This particular kachina is use as a disciplinary model in the village for teaching the children about right and wrong. This is done in the usual Navajo way with bright paint, feathers, and cloth.
Tall: 11″ with base
Wide 6 1/2″
Signed: Edward Johnson & Mud Head
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