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This Hopi-owned art store offers a selection of kachina dolls from famous and lesser-known carvers.
Intricate katsina dolls by Hopi carver Milton Howard. This store also sells Hopi jewelry and pottery.
American Indian Kachinas and Dolls|
This craft shop carries Hopi katsinas as well as dolls from various tribes.
|Traditional Hopi Kachinas: A New Generation of Carvers||Hopi Kachina Dolls: With a Key to Their Identification||A Guide to Hopi Katsina Dolls||Kachinas: Spirit Beings of the Hopi|
|A great introduction to kachina dolls and the artists who make them. Color photos.||Photographic encyclopedia of the different Hopi kachinas and their mythological representations.||Photographs and descriptions of contemporary and historic Hopi katsinas.||This book shows traditional kachina dance costumes, not the figurines. Good overview of Hopi spirituality and kachina dancing.|
About us: This website belongs to Native Languages of the Americas, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting endangered Native American languages. We are not artists ourselves, so if you are interested in buying some of the carvings featured on this page, please contact the artists directly. Though we have featured only authentic Hopi katsina dolls whose artists are identified by name, we haven't called the tribal offices to check up on any of them, and we only know a few of them personally. We also don't guarantee any of their products. This is not an exhaustive list of Hopi kachina makers--if you would like us to add your kachina carving site to this page, please contact us with your URL and tribal affiliation. We advertise any individual native artist or native-owned art business here free of charge. We do not link to kachinas which are not made by tribally recognized Hopi artists, so please do not ask us to. And finally, websites do occasionally expire and change hands, so use your common sense and this general rule of thumb: if the creator of each individual artwork is not identified by name and tribal affiliation, creator of each individual artwork is not identified by name and specific tribe, you are probably not looking at a genuine Native American kachina doll.
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