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Nuvadi Dawahoya

Nuvadi Dawahoya is a young Kachina carver from Hopi 2nd Mesa. He is among the most well-known contemporary Hopi carvers of our time. He also has amassed a large number of awards including 1st place at the Indian Arts and Crafts Association show in 2000, 2nd at the Santa Fe Indian Market 1999, Haskell merit award 1999, and 1st place at the Albuquerque Indian Market 2000. He is most well known for his Warrior mouse, and
Sunface Katsinas. He recently won the Southwestern Indian Art Fair's Award of Excellence for his representation of Nataska, a disciplinary Katsina. His carvings, done entirely with a knife, and most time of a single piece of cottonwood root are intricately detailed. Nuvadi is from Shungopavi.  His work is coveted by collectors today, and destined to appreciate in value in the future.
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