Alice (Honumpka) Homeahumaka was active/lived in Arizona. Alice Homeahumaka is known for wood carver, Kachina figure.
Biography Alice Homeahumaka
Active as a carver in the early 1900s, 1910-1930s, Alice Homeahumaka is thought perhaps to be the same person as Alice Honumpka. She was Hopi Indian and known for the Cow Katsina (Kachina) figure, which she created from cottonwood, roots, cow horn, feathers, dyed horsehair and tanned leather.
Her name is linked to a Cow Katsina, Wakas'katsina, which is in the Elkus Collection at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. It is described as being in "standing position and wearing full head mask painted turquoise blue with black areas around bulging eyes. Protruding snout is black and white with red accents. Large ears are black with red interiors. Elongated horns (actual cow horns
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