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DENNIS ROSS CORN BOY NAVAJO FOLK ART

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Award winning artist, Dennis Ross started carving in 1996.  Coming from a family of carvers, creating this beautiful corn girl came natural to him.  Dennis collects wood roots and delicately carves each piece with precision and detail.  Both the corn boy and the corn girl, help teach us that the Navajo people were created from corn and that corn remains an important aspect of Navajo life.  Signed

6” tall x 4” long x 3 1/2” wide    

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Weight 2 lbs
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