Painted by hand in warm, happy colors, three images of Kokopelli dance and play a song for the sun. A prehistoric image, this deity is usually depicted with a humped back, playing a flute. Legends suggest Kokopelli was a Toltec trader who traveled from central Mexico to the southwestern deserts and mountains of the U.S.; there he is featured in the form of rock art dating back thousands of years. Alejandro de Esesarte depicts him in a wall sculpture and hammers the piece into low relief.
Because each piece is individually hand-crafted and painted, size and color could vary slightly.
- 2.38 lbs
- 2 inches H x 23.5 inches Diam.