"Hopi Kachina Tourist Dolls. The kachina on the left is Angwusnasomtaqa, or Tumas Crow Mother. She wears a woman's dress and ceremonial robe with green moccasins. She appears in the Bean Dance and is considered the mother of all the kachinas by some Hopi. Her Hopi name literally means "Man with Crow Wings Tied To." The kachina on the right is I'she, or the Mustard Green Kachina. This kachina has a green mask with red ears, black warrior marks on the cheeks, rectangular eyes, and a triangular mouth. "
Hopi kachina tourist dolls
The Cactus or Yongotsina Katsina represents the spirit of the Opuntia or 'paddle cactus' Clark Tenakhongva, a member of the Rabbit Clan from the village of Hotvela on 3rd Mesa, is one of a small handfull of Hopi carvers who help helped revive the old style Katsina dolls, complete with traditional mineral paints (hematite, ochre, copper oxide, etc).
The Cactus or Yongotsina Katsina represents the spirit of the Opuntia or 'paddle cactus'