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Oil Painting, Native American White Hon-Bear Kachina

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This large 3D canvas painting portrays the White Hon-Bear Kachina and a brown bear poised in the background.

It would make a wonderful show piece in any Southwestern home or bear lover's den.

Size: 24" wide 30" tall unframed.

Painting does wrap around the 3D sides of the painting so need for a frame

Each piece of artwork comes with a historical and/or artist comment card to explain the individual piece created by the artist

(ie)

"White Hon-Bear Kachina"

The White Hon-Bear Kachina is a very powerful strong warrior and it is believed, because of his great power, he can cure sickness. This Kachina appears in the dance and opening ceremonies of the Kachina season, which begins in December. He appears in the Kachina return or Soyal of Hopi First Mesa as the watchman. His most distinct feature is the bear footprint on either cheek or both. The bear Kachina spirit can come in different colors, such as, yellow, black or white. White is most popular among collectors because of its color contrasts against the white background. To the Hopi all bears are very powerful and are great warriors.

The Kachina dolls represent the actual Kachinas which are believed to be supernatural beings. Kachinas control nature and have the spirits of living things such as plants or aniimals as well as the spirits of deceased ancestors or other peoples. Kachina is a Hopi name meaning "spirit, sacred dancer.


My Native Canadian Heritage is that of Ojibwe. My Great Grandmonther was full blooded Ojibwe from Ontario, Canada.

Disclaimer: My artwork cannot be called Native American made as I cannot qualify for that status.


Payment by: PayPal, Money Order, Cashier's Check or personal check Only.
(Payment must clear before item is sent)
.

Item will ship once payment is received and processed

Item can only be shipped separately
NEW REDUCED PRICE

This large 3D canvas painting portrays the White Hon-Bear Kachina and a brown bear poised in the background.

It would make a wonderful show piece in any Southwestern home or bear lover's den.

Size: 24" wide 30" tall unframed.

Painting does wrap around the 3D sides of the painting so need for a frame

Each piece of artwork comes with a historical and/or artist comment card to explain the individual piece created by the artist

(ie)

"White Hon-Bear Kachina"

The White Hon-Bear Kachina is a very powerful strong warrior and it is believed, because of his great power, he can cure sickness. This Kachina appears in the dance and opening ceremonies of the Kachina season, which begins in December. He appears in the Kachina return or Soyal of Hopi First Mesa as the watchman. His most distinct feature is the bear footprint on either cheek or both. The bear Kachina spirit can come in different colors, such as, yellow, black or white. White is most popular among collectors because of its color contrasts against the white background. To the Hopi all bears are very powerful and are great warriors.

The Kachina dolls represent the actual Kachinas which are believed to be supernatural beings. Kachinas control nature and have the spirits of living things such as plants or aniimals as well as the spirits of deceased ancestors or other peoples. Kachina is a Hopi name meaning "spirit, sacred dancer.


My Native Canadian Heritage is that of Ojibwe. My Great Grandmonther was full blooded Ojibwe from Ontario, Canada.

Disclaimer: My artwork cannot be called Native American made as I cannot qualify for that status.


Payment by: PayPal, Money Order, Cashier's Check or personal check Only.
(Payment must clear before item is sent)
.

Item will ship once payment is received and processed

Item can only be shipped separately

Reviews

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Reviewed by christin glynn
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 5, 2017
Outstanding - incredible workmanship.
A little pricey or I'd get more, but this is truly beautiful.
RESERVED for GLYNN - Gourd -American Buffalo Hunter Kachina

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Oil Painting, Native American White Hon-Bear Kachina

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Size: 24" X 30" inches
  • Materials: Oil paints, canvas
  • Feedback: 1 reviews
  • Favorited by: 24 people
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