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  • This is a Hopi Koyala Clown Kachina, or Katsina, hand carved by Hopi artist Wally Grover. It depicts a Hopi Clown upset by dropping and breaking a watermelon.

Koyala Clown Kachina

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Wally Grover


   Born in 1969 to the Crow and Kachina clans, Wally has been carving for 20 years. He has had a total of 24 carving mentors over his career. He was raised in Polacca, Arizona, just below First Mesa. He likes to carve early in the morning with other fellow carvers. He only uses a pocketknife and coping saw when carving. Wally signs all of his dolls with a Crow symbol seen below.




Wright, Barton. Kachinas: A Hopi Artist's Documentary. Flagstaff: Northland Publishing, 1973. Print.


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