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Single Yei Be Chai Dancer Gripping Evergreen Sprigs

Allen Bahe

About The Single Yei Be Chai Dancer Gripping Evergreen Sprigs

Most impressive is the artist's depiction of the dancer's hand and arm, further enhanced by the Navajo bow guard (ketoh) in silver, turquoise and coral.

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Most impressive is the artist's depiction of the dancer's hand and arm, further enhanced by the Navajo bow guard (ketoh) in silver, turquoise and coral.

About the Artist

(Born 1959, Navajo) Bahe's painting was chosen for the 1993 Poster for the Coconino Center for the Arts. He won an honorable mention at the Navajo Show at the Museum of Northern Arizona the same year.

For several years he participated in the Festival of Native American Arts Outdoor Market. Bahe has also shown his paintings at Pueblo Grande Festival (1993), Litchfield Park Festival (1994) and at Legends of the West (1994).

In recent years Bahe has participated in the Heard Museum's Indian Market held in March annually. His paintings are also marketed through the Heard Museum's shop throughout the year.

Medium Acrylic paint on paper board
Sight size 14 1/2" height X 10 1/2" width
Frame Two paper mats, regular glass, chrome sectional molding
Frame size 19 3/4" height X 15 3/4" width
Signed "Bahe" followed by bear paw symbol
Date of creation Circa 1985-1990
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed. Mat boards ought to be archival (acid free or PH balanced) to ensure future health of the painting.
Provenance Pa Car
Other Works by Allen Bahe
Koshare Minstrel 1, Paintings by Allen  Bahe Koshare Minstrel 2, Paintings by Allen  Bahe
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