Kachina Dolls Handwoven Mix Media Fiber Art | 4' x 4' | Handmade Wall Sculpture in Door County
Art Gallery Located in Door County, Wisconsin offers bohemian wall tapestries and other pieces perfect for exclusive gifts, memorial pieces, and more.
Wendy Carpenter weaves fiber wall sculpture and large tapestries revealing an impressionist art style derived through borderline abstract-literal interpretations, inspired by nature, and expressed in form, color, and tactile materials.
The Kachina Doll Triptych is handwoven with textured cotton, repurposed handwoven fabric, and dyed raffia. Kachina dolls originated with the Hopi tribe.They were given to Hopi children during ceremonies, then hung on the wall and studied afterward. Kachina dolls were made in the image of the spirits worshipped by the tribe. They were not toys to play with, but religious icons to celebrate and contemplate. The triptych hangs from a wood mount and measures approximately 4' x 4'.
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The soulful people will always try to fill their spaces with memories, textures, love.
Nature evokes all sensations needed in these helter-skelter days. When you come back home to find your center, being received by cozy and meaningful art pieces will remind the way you are weaving your destiny, your own path.