From: Arizona | Walpi | First Mesa
Curatorial Section: American
|Object Title||Hehea Kachina|
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Arizona | Walpi | First Mesa|
|Culture Area||Southwest Culture Area|
|Materials||Hair | Hide | Yarn | Pigment|
|Iconography||Hehea | Kachina|
A Heheya (or Hehea) Hopi Katsina case mask. The mask is made from hide and painted white with multicolored zigzag lines above and below red-painted, downturned eyes. A "T" shape is painted in green in place of a nose. Black hair is attached to the top of the head. One wooden ear has a circular disk at the end made of multicolored yarn.
|Credit Line||Wanamaker Expedition to the Southwest, R. Stewart Culin, 1901|
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