Inspired by Kachina Hopi Dolls : Lee Gibson

After a decade of trips to the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, Lee brings us a brand new collection inspired by the Kachina Hopi Dolls. They are wonderful and enchanting.

Fanned Headdress

Lee's passion for the Kachina Hopi dolls began after a trip to the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona over a decade ago. She developed a deep respect and admiration for the tradition of the Kachina. 

Grey Pointed Headdress

"A Kachina is a spirit being in the religious beliefs of the Pueblo peopleNative American cultures located in the south-western part of the United States. (Wikipedia)"

A Colorful Beard

These wildly colorful pieces were created from Lee's interpretation with care and affection. "These dolls were a part of the Hopi spiritual reverence practiced through out the seasons of a calendar year, including other rituals. I share these with deep respect," she said.


We're so thrilled to share these deeply personal pieces with you. We hope they bring joy and brightness into your days.

Colorful Sash

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