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Southwest Polymer Clay Hopi Storyteller Doll

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My studies of the Southwest and the culture of the native American peoples have lead me to create these beautiful hand sculpted storyteller dolls.

What is a storyteller?
The history and traditions of the native American people of the southwest are preserved and passed on, one generation to the next through the faithful remembrance and retelling of the traditional stories.

Storyteller figures have become symbolic of that wonderful rich cultural heritage. Origination was in the ancient pueblos of what is now New Mexico. Storyteller figures are some of the most charming and unique works in all of American folk art.

This southwest storyteller doll has a colorful swirled skirt of turquoise, purple, pink, white and gold polymer clay that measures 4" in diameter, the piece is 4" tall. She has gatherd four of her children to share stories of their ancestors. This piece is sculpted by hand , which makes it one of a kind. I sign each piece and include the history of storytellers.

Southwest Polymer Clay Hopi Storyteller Doll


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