DescriptionHandcrafted by Isleta Pueblo artist Tony Jojola, this stylized bear features stormy black and grey hues and demonstrates the skill in his cutting-edge work. Tony has made vast contributions to the glass and Native American art community and this is an example of how he's able to mix and interpret traditional Pueblo pottery figurines through a contemporary medium.
This one-of-a-kind glass piece was inspired by the bear, an animal highly respected by Pueblo people, and often seen as a symbol of strength.
Bear measures 3" long by 1-3/4" wide and stands 2-3/4" tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity.
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