The Magician Figurine


Made of resin. Measures 6" high.

From The Trail of Painted Ponies.

Artist: Andersen Kee Sponsor: Ken and Barb Hummel

In certain plains Indian tribes there was a special tribal figure who spoke to and for the horses. He was believed to possess supernatural powers, and called "The Magician." As rendered by Taos artist Andersen Kee, who was born on the Navajo Reservation and whose mother was a weaver and father a silversmith, the "Magician" is releasing a herd of multi-colored spirit Ponies from the inside of his elk skin robe, and then gathering them on the backside.

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 07 January, 2006.

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