Another wonderful miniature watercolor by this Hopi artist who combines humor with meticulous authenticity.
Koshare, a well-known clown kachina, combines ceremonial duties with behaving ridiculously.
Here, he is depicted holding a golf club; not usually part of Hopi or Pueblo ceremonies, to say the least.
Beautifully detailed, as is usual for him, each element is clearly delineated: texture of the kilt, moccasins, hair, fingers, and club, too.
The background is a lovely combination of sunset and shadowy blue colors.
Ready to matte and frame, then to hang or display. A wonderful painting, and amusing, too.