Navajo kachina carver Arvin Morris created this unique piece depicting the Ogre Kachina, who is said to be the disciplinarian of children. This piece features a black face with mouth slightly open and protruding, baring white teeth. The Ogre’s head is covered in feathers and fur, while its neck is surrounded by fur and its ears are painted red. It holds feathers in one hand and what appears to be a rattle in the other, while leather accents surround its waist, wrists, arms, knees, and ankles. 11 1/4″ tall x 5 1/4″ wide.