8.75''H x 9''W x 9''D
Winter is past and the physical beauty of the Four Corners area springs to life.
There is a new vitality in the air, and Nature is carefully observed. This reawakening reminds us to continually show respect for all things around us and is connected with prayers for a better life. Each creature, large and small has a spirit and contributes to the harmony of life.
The butterfly is celebrated for its beauty and its contribution in pollinating plant life. The pollen eaters signify rain and the abundance of the coming crops that we depend on for survival. The butterfly figure is prominent in prehistoric Hopi pottery and is frequently mentioned in mythological tales.
She has no face, which symbolizes the egalitarian society f the Hopi people. She represents a people, not an individual. The Hopi thought is: One Mind, one Body, and one Spirit.