Carved from cottonwood by Hopi artist Marlon Huma, this traditional kachina depicts a crow with beautiful handmade details. Painted in black, red, green, turquoise, tan, and white, the piece features delicately carved feathers atop the crow’s head, its face painted black with turquoise accents. The crow’s tan beak extends out over the carved fur around its neck, while a carved turquoise necklace adorns its neck. It features a carved shawl painted in black, red, green, and tan, and holds what appear to be whips painted green in each hand. The crow lifts one foot off the base it’s attached to, standing on tip toe on the opposite foot, appearing to be taking a step forward. 8 5/8″ tall x 2 1/8″ wide x 2″ deep.