Garry Geneeha Navajo Handmade Alabaster Sculpture
AL13102 – G. Geneeha Alabaster
This handmade original alabaster carving was created Garry Geneeha. Geneeha is of the Navajo tribe, and his work has been collected by the Smithsonian Institution and several southwestern art museums. This alabaster depicts a Navajo woman dressed in fine attire, alongside an infant in a traditional cradle board adorned with prayer feathers. On the back of the alabaster carving is a trail with animals on either side, all leading to the sacred peaks. Garry Geneeha has also signed the back of the sculpture as well. This Navajo stone sculpture with the wooden base measures 7 1/2" in length and 8" at it's widest point.