Hopi Dance Maiden Carving / Oil on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches / Daily Painting #1398
I found this lovely old doll, worn and faded, yet beautiful in her simplicity, in Robert Cafazzo's Two Graces Plaza Gallery in Ranchos. It is a Hopi doll, but it is not a Kachina. Instead, it represents a female dancer, one who performs in social dances, rather than in Kachina Dances. Female Kachinas are always represented by male dancers, and wear masks. Social dancers are female, with white painted faces and usually wear tabletas.
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