Museum Quality Harvest Maiden by Troy Sice

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Museum Quality Harvest Maiden by Troy Sice

3,500.00

9 inches tall

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Troy Sice has generously donated this elegant Harvest Maiden to the nonprofit Keshi Foundation. The entire proceeds will go directly to our work in Zuni Pueblo. The sculpture stands almost 9 inches tall, including the marble base and is carved from elk antler. Troy’s Harvest Maiden is undergoing a transition and religious obligation. This is represented, as you can see, by the many carved feathers attached to the top of her head, the tablita itself, and to the back of her head, created from abalone, fossilized ivory, and mother of pearl. Her shawl and manta have intricate detailing and inlay, true to Troy’s unique talent. Her hair is depicted in the traditional maiden style. The materials are rich and various, from lapis and malachite to coral, jet, and turquoise. The tablita is made from a rich dark serpentine. She is, in a word, perfect. A much larger piece was previously donated to TKF by Troy and is now in the permanent collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, VA. The proceeds of that sale helped produce The Zuni Shows and other projects in Zuni Pueblo. E’lah’kwa and thank you, Troy! Signed and dated. 8 3/4 inches tall and the base is 2 3/4 inches wide. $3500. Free Shipping in the USA. No Tax.