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    David Farnham bears with fish
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    David Farnham Bears with Fish

    David Farnham Bears with Fish

    David Farnham is a  carver of the Onandaga tribe, one of the Iroquois Six Nations in Canada.

    The two bears are carved from an unusual material: bison bone. The porous part of the bone invites a nice contrast with the more solid, polished part, both in terms of texture and color. All and all, it is a wonderful composition.

    The fish is carved from antler. All are mounted on a wood base.

    Base is 5 in. long x 2 1/8 in. wide x 9/16 high.

    Bear 1 is 2 1/4 in. long x 1 1/4 in. high x 7/8 in. wide; bear 2 is 2 1/4 in. long x 1 1/2 in. high x 1 in. high.

    $500.00
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    David Farnham Eagle
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    David Farnham Eagle

    David Farnham Eagle

    David Farnham is a stone carver of the Onandaga tribe, one of the Iroquois Six Nations in Canada. He uses Brazilian soapstone for its color and textural qualities.

    This eagle is beautifully carved, with head feathers highlighted with etching. The interplay of positive and negative spaces add some design interest. The colors in the soapstone, combined with the skillful carving, create a wonderful sculpture for anyone’s collection.

    7 in. long x 5 3/4 in. high x 2 in. wide.

    $300.00
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    David Farnham transformation
    David Farnham transformation
    $350.00
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    David Farnham Transformation

    David Farnham Transformation

    David Farnham is a stone carver of the Onandaga tribe, one of the Iroquois Six Nations in Canada . He uses Brazilian soapstone for its color and textural qualities.

    This carving represents a human/bear transformation, likely a shaman creating wind. The colors in the soapstone, combined with the skillful carving, create a wonderful sculpture for anyone’s collection.

    6 in. long x 3 1/2 in. high x 3 in. wide.

    $350.00
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    David Farnham walking bear
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    David Farnham Walking Bear

    David Farnham Walking Bear

    David Farnham is a stone carver of the Onandaga tribe, one of the Iroquois Six Nations. He uses Brazilian soapstone for its color and textural qualities.

    This carving represents a bear walking, front right paw bent inward, as bears are wont to do. The colors in the soapstone, combined with the skillful carving, create a wonderful sculpture for anyone’s collection.

    5 3/4 in. long x 4 in. high x 3 1/2 in. wide.

    $500.00
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  • Tim Shay Clans Emerging
    Tim Shay Clans Emerging
    $3,600.00
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    Tim Shay Clans Emerging

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    Tim Shay Clans Emerging

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    Tim Shay, Penobscot carver from Maine, portrays the Eagle Clan and the Turtle Clan emerging into this world. Both animal and human forms are represented.

    The pink alabaster is beautifully colored. The negative space surrounding the eagle makes for a dramatic composition. The composition shows well from any angle.

    11 1/4″ High x 12″ x 7 1/2

    $3,600.00
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  • $2,495.00
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    Silver Rattle with antler, horse hair, and citrine

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    Nelda Schrupp, a Nakota Sioux artist, incorporates sound as well as visual aesthetics in her objects of beauty. This is a hollow-form sterling silver rattle with copper, antler, horsehair and citrine.

    rattle is 8 1/2″ x 2 1/4″ x 2 1/4″; 11 1/4″ including horsehair

    $2,495.00
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  • $4,200.00
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    Tim Shay: Horizontal Limestone Totem

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    Tim Shay, Penobscot carver from Maine, has a series of totemic sculptures with geometric designs. This horizontal totem offers not only incised linear and circular forms, but also a bas relief section with rough texture.

    This sculpture will make a strong statement in any environment.

    39″ Long x 11 1/2″ High (including attached base) x 5 1/2″ Deep (also including attached base)

    $4,200.00
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  • $3,200.00
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    Tim Shay: Granite line totem

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    Tim Shay, Penobscot carver from Maine, has a series of totemic sculptures with geometric designs. This granite sculpture lies horizontally on a carved surface (last image in the series).

    The streamlined arrow-like shape rises dramatically from its point; the straight and circular incisions add a dynamic element.

    20″ Long x 8 3/4″ High x 5 1/4″ Deep

    Note the rough granite panel is the back of the sculpture; the bottom is one of the finished sides.

    $3,200.00
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  • $5,800.00
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    Guardian of His Domain

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    A masterful composition carved from granite and marble by Cliff Fragua of Jemez Pueblo. The bear stands over a southwestern landscape of mountains and rivers, which are etched on the surface of the black granite. In the dry southwestern areas of the U.S., feathers from rain forest parrots represent much needed rain.

    The cover lifts from the sculpture to reveal a felt-lined cubic container.

    Mr. Fragua is an acclaimed sculptor who was commissioned to create a monumental statue of Pope, the 17th century Pueblo rebellion leader. The statue now stands in the Hall of Governors in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

    Materials: granite, marble, turquoise, parrot feathers, coral, felt

    17″ high to top of feathers; 12″ square

    $5,800.00
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  • $2,800.00
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    Spring Grace

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    Carved from limestone, this sculpture embodies grace. From the texture of the stone to the long, flowing hair, this sculpture is wonderfully evocative.

    Mr. Fragua is an acclaimed sculptor who was commissioned to create a monumental statue of Pope, the 17th century Pueblo rebellion leader. The statue stands in the Hall of Governors in Albuquerque.

    19″ x 10 1/2″ x 2 1/4″

    $2,800.00
    $2,800.00
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  • $1,500.00
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    Morning Calm

    This charming sculpture was conceived several years ago when Ms. Carpio, an award-winning clay artist, was in Japan on a fellowship. The subject, wearing a long, Japanese-like flowing robe, holds a soothing cup of tea to start the day on a calm note.

    Sculpture is 11″ x 3 1/2″ x 3″
    (13″ x 5 1/2″ x 4″ w/base)
    Bronze 1/30

    $1,500.00
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  • $3,100.00
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    Eternal Love Bronze

    “[This image] represents the connection of two hearts and souls uniting as one strong spirit. The spiral depicts eternity; the passage and journey of life.”
    Caroline Carpio

    Bronze 13/20
    19 1/4″ H (21 1/4″ w/base) x 12 1/2″W x 4″D (6 1/2″ w/base)

    $3,100.00
    $3,100.00
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  • $625.00
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    Seals in relief

    These charming seals were carved in relief on a deer antler button with an antler tripod stand by Augustus. Beautifully inlaid with walnut.

    5 1/4″ h x 5 1/2″ w x 4 1/4″ d

    Please note that Augustus is not of Native American Heritage.

    $625.00
    $625.00
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  • $3,600.00
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    Tim Shay: Eagle’s Wind

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    Skillfully carved from grey alabaster with beautiful veins by Tim Shay, a Penobscot artist (Maine). The man’s hair flows elegantly and gracefully and transforms into the eagle’s wings.

    15″ L x 7 1/2″ W x 9 1/2″ H
    (including mahogany base)

    $3,600.00
    $3,600.00
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  • $9,500.00
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    Floral buffalo horn cup

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    Kevin Pourier, award-winning Lakota artist, has created a stunning masterwork in this full inlaid horn. The floral designs add a breathtaking dimension to the natural material. The sage package is reminiscent of herbal bundles wrapped in trade cloth.

    Inlay includes lapis lazuli, mother of pearl (gold and white), and malachite.

    $9,500.00
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    Tim Shay seated woman
    $300.00
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    Tim Shay Seated Woman

    Tim Shay seated woman

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    Tim Shay, Penobscot artist from Indian Island, Maine, is an accomplished sculpture. This sculpture of an Indian woman holding an olla (pot) is serene and complete. The figure is adorned with jaclas (earrings) and a multi-strand necklace. A shawl, almost indistinguishable from her hair, surrounds the figure like a cocoon.

    6″ High x 3 1/2″ Wide x 4 1/2″ Deep

    $300.00
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    Tim Shay bear
    Tim Shay bear
    $200.00
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    Tim Shay Bear

    Tim Shay bear

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    Tim Shay, Penobscot artist from Indian Island, Maine, is an accomplished sculpture. This stylized  bear is carved from translucent alabaster, which diffuses light beautifully.

    6″ Long x 3 5/8″ High x 1 5/8″ Wide

     

    $200.00
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    Robbie Craig Cedar Bear
    $150.00
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    Robbie Craig Cedar Bear

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    Robbie Craig Cedar Bear

    A beautiful bear carved from cedar wood by Robbie Craig, Cherokee artist. Great stance and features!

    6 1/2″ long x 2 1/4″ wide x 4″ high

    $150.00
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    $175.00
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    Fetish Bear

    One of a series of fetish bears carved from marble by master carver Cliff Fragua of Jemez Pueblo.

    This bear is carved from two kinds of marble: one is black with brown, and the other is a creamy yellow.

    Turquoise beads and colorful feathers are added as offerings.

    Bear is 5″ l x 2 1/2″ h x 1″ w; 4 1/4″ high, including feathers

    $175.00
    $175.00
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    $200.00
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    Fetish Bear

    One of a series of fetish bears carved from marble by master carver Cliff Fragua of Jemez Pueblo.

    This bear is carved from dark and pink marble.

    Turquoise beads and colorful feathers are added as offerings.

    Bear is 5 1/2″ l x 2 3/4 h x 1 1/4″ w; 5″ high, including feathers

    $200.00
    $200.00
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    $5,000.00
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    Hogan teapot

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    A copper and silver sculpture by artist and metalsmith Amelia Joe-Chandler. The traditional Navajo dwelling form is accompanied by two sheep and a tree that doubles as a handle.

    This teapot is a gem that exudes charm, culture, and artistry. It comes with a 2nd place ribbon in Sculpture from the Santa Fe Indian Market 2013.

    Teapot is 3 7/16″ diameter x 1 1/2″ high. Sculpture is 4″ wide by 3″ high.

    $5,000.00
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    Tim Shay steatite bear
    $80.00
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    Tim Shay Steatite Bear

    Tim Shay steatite bear

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    A charming stylized bear carved from steatite by Tim Shay, a Penobscot artist.

    2 3/8 in. long 3/4 in. high x 5/8 in. wide

    $80.00
    $80.00
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