Native American Folk Art - Zuni Folk Art - Carved Cottonwood Traditional Zuni CORN MAIDEN-Ernie Mackel
Native American Folk Art - 100% Authentic Zuni Folk Art - Hand carved Cottonwood Zuni Corn Maiden by Zuni artist Ernie Mackel. Maiden wears traditional Zuni clothing and necklace. Front of Maiden is multi-colored Indian Corn.
The Corn Maiden is the Grandmother of the Sun and The Grandmother of the Light. In the Pueblo Indian culture, corn is the symbol of life; the Corn Maiden brought the gift of corn. The Corn Maiden represents strength, creation, and wisdom.
Artist: Ernie Mackel
Size: Approx. 3 3/4" tall, 1 3/4" wide
Collector card included.
Native American Folk Art is a symbol of both Native American culture and continued artistry.
We support the arts and aim to spread beauty and abundance with kindness and integrity. ~ And The Crow
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