Kokopelli


I haven't made a foray into North American imagery, but I had a client commission a Kokopelli figure, so I explored this design as an American/Euro blend. Kokopelli is a fertility god of some cultures in the American Southwest. He presides over game animal birth, agriculture, and childbirth, carrying unborn children on his back. Kokopelli's flute playing chases away winter and is associated with rain. He is also known as a trickster god, a common trait in mythical art.

Airbrush and sgraffito on weathered Quartzite

Size approx. 9" x 15”

Kokopelli






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Airbrush and sgraffito on purple sandstone 
Approx. size 13.5" x 14”

Kokopelli




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Airbrush and sgraffito on Quartzite

Size approx. 10" x 13”

Check availability before ordering

Kokopelli



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Airbrush and sgraffito on weathered “fossil” sandstone
Approx. size 17" x 8”

Kokopelli



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Airbrush and sgraffito on weathered Raja field stone
There are lovely, subtle bands of pale sunrise colors running through this stone.

Size approx. 10.25" x 15.25”

Kokopelli



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Airbrush and sgraffito on weathered silver sandstone
Approx. size 13" x 9”

Kokopelli
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