- Kachina Carvings and Sculptures
- Kiva Long Hair Shalako
Kiva Long Hair Shalako
Appears in the mixed kiva dances. The Long Hair represent the rain, their hair is symbolic of the rain that falls from the sky, nourishing and comforting Mother Earth and all of her children. Hand carved and painted by Roger and Grace Pino of the Navajo Tribe. Approximately 8 inches tall.