Pen and Ink and Watercolor / 6 x 9 Inches

Sipikne is a Zuñi Warrior, or Guardian, Kachina, appearing in the First Mesa Bean Dance.To learn more about the Kachinam, and to see other, larger Kachina paintings, click on Kachinas.

This is number twelve in the popular new “Confections” series. I'm having a great time with these, and apparently so are many of you. Be the first person in with a $100 bid, and it's yours! That's right, the first hundred takes it. Don't wait!

Send your bid in an email to: farnsworthgallery@newmex.com, or call Thea at 505 982-4561

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It’s time to start getting ready for THE KACHINAS ARE COMING. That’s the big Kachina show Thea wil be putting together of my Kachina paintings the first of September at David Anthony Fine Arts, here in Taos. I hope to see you there!

Please remember that if you would like to commission a larger version of your favorite subject, if you would like to check on the availability of a given image, or if you would like to schedule a workshop, we are just a phone call away, at 505 982-4561, or you can email us at: john@johnfarnsworth.com

 

3 thoughts on “SIPIKNE # Daily Painting #1068

  1. Has anyone ever tried to count all these Kachinas? I could spend a week studying them and there would be more to learn about. The mystery is where the inspiration started. Was it Divine Guidance or influence exerted directly on the mind of humankind. Each one has a very special meaning.

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