Qaokatsina ("Corn Katsina")
- Qaokatsina represents the many varieties of corn and brings their ceremonies and prayers to the growth of corn. This katsina can appear in different colors, symbolizing the colors of the corn. For the Hopi people, corn is one of the most important crops. Corn is used for food, ceremonies, and prayer.
- Cottonwood root, hand carved and painted by Hopi artist Gerald Dawavendewa
- 9 inches high by 4 inches wide (at widest point from ear to ear)