Showcasing a single, seated male holding a boy with one arm atop his lap, this traditional Jemez storyteller was created by Melesia Toya. The man rests with both hands in front of him, the arm holding the boy showcasing a painted black and turquoise bracelet around the wrist, while the boy, who’s painted with a white headband, holds a small canteen. The man is depicted with a black and turquoise band around his head, while a red and buff band holds a bun of his black hair in place. He is painted along the back in black, white, and red in traditional geometric patterns. 4 1/4″ tall x 4″ wide x 3 1/4″ deep.