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Christopher Peina: Antler, Double Bear

Christopher Peina: Antler, Double Bear


Two detailed standing bears, beautifully carved from antler, create a captivating sight as they lock gazes with each other. Each bear stands tall and proud, their fur meticulously recreated with fine etchings that bring out the texture and depth of their coats. The eyes of each bear are crafted with such precision that they seem to emit an almost lifelike glimmer, creating an irresistible pull for anyone lucky enough to come across this artwork. The choice of using antler as the medium adds another layer of appreciation for these pieces - its natural coloration and patterns heighten the sense of authenticity and connection to nature. These standing bears exude a sense of strength, curiosity, and even companionship.

Bear (Anshe): Bear was the principal animal for the Pueblo People and they are the most prevalent subject of Zuni fetishes. Bear fetishes are used for healing, protection, strength, journeying, mothering, hunting and gathering. Bear‚ hibernation reminds us of the value of going within.

Dimensions: Length 1 3/4" X Width 1" X Height 2" Purchased 

Regular price $100.00 USD
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