Native American Hand Painted Dance Stick: Pronghorn “Antelope”
Native American artist Jim Little Wounded, Minneconjou Lakota, hand carves and paints this dance stick to honor one of our oldest relatives the Pronghorn (aka Antelope) who first appeared right after the dinosaur disappeared.
Jim carves the entire image from wood, he stains and paints the wooden image. Jim adds horns to the head and glass beads to create eyes. He finishes the dance stick with leather dangles that feature glass beads, metal cones, an imitation owl feather and a beaded image of a dancer.
The piece is signed by the artist.
Length 25 | Height 18 | Deep 2 inches
Height is measured from the top of the horns to the bottom of the hanging horse hair.
All measurements are approximate.
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