Navajo carver Victor Abeita created this eye-catching piece in the form of a Sunface, one of the most recognizable pieces among various Native American cultures. The piece features a vibrantly painted face in yellow, black, and red, the bottom half showcasing eyes and mouth and the top, a village. The head is surrounded by brown feathers while the rest is covered in black and white fur, and the sunface holds feathers in each hand. The kachina wears red clothing around its waist, on its feet, and around its arms, the piece covering its waist also accented in turquoise and white, while the ankles are wrapped in brown fabric. A single turquoise stone is set at the sunface’s navel, while brown, green, and blue beads finish the fabric hanging from each arm. The Sunface represents warmth, shelter for the old, bright future, and playfulness for the young. 13″ tall x 6 3/4″ wide x 3 3/4″ deep.