Dora Deen Frank Navajo Miniature Roadrunner Kachina Carving
Artist: Navajo carver Dora Deen Frank
Medium: Cottonwood root with leather belt, fringe on moccasins, wooden rattles, feathers, painted leather skirt, fur at neck and feathers on head
Size: 1 1/2" round cottonwood base/ 2 1/2" H x 1 1/2" Deep x 1 5/8" Across
The Roadrunner Kachina is used as a guard against witchcraft. They appear in Kiva Dances and Mixed Dances.