Carved by hand from a single piece of cottonwood root, this detailed kachina doll was created by Hopi artist Delwyn Harvey. The ogre stands atop an oval base, one foot slightly lifted as if taking a step forward. The kachina holds reeds, or whips, in each hand, while its face is painted black with turquoise and green accents, its tongue out and teeth bared. Feathers protrude upward from the back of its head, as well as down its back, while the kachina’s garments are painted in beautiful detail in turquoise, yellow, red, black, and white. The Ogre is considered a disciplinarian of the children. 10 3/4″ tall x 4 1/8″ wide x 5 1/8″ deep.