Carved by Navajo artist Kenneth Largo, this unique and vibrant kachina doll depicts a Morning Singer. The unique piece features a removable mask, which, when removed, presents the red, turquoise, black and white painted face of the Morning Singer. Its head is toped with black feathers and a black leather band, while its neck is surrounded by white feathers. The mask, in contrast, features a turquoise painted face with black eyes, red, yellow, black and turquoise cloud patterns along the cheeks, and a red, black and white mouth that protrudes outward away from the face. It is topped with brown feathers and white fur, and finished with red ears accented in white designs. The remainder of the Morning Singer showcases a red body with white, yellow, and turquoise accents, along with read and blue leather on the arms, red leather around the knees, and a grey piece of leather painted in yellow, red, black, and turquoise geometric designs on the waist. The Morning Singer appears on roof tops and sing songs to wake the people of the villages. 9 5/8″ tall without mask. 11 3/4″ tall with mask. 3 1/2″ wide. 4″ deep.