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Untitled (Shalako Procession)

Percy (Kai Sa) Sandy

About The Untitled (Shalako Procession)

An immaculate composition recording a ceremonial Zuni procession, Kai Sa has portrayed it with sensitivity and a fine sense of design.  This gorgeous composition could be the cover of a book.

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An immaculate composition recording a ceremonial Zuni procession, Kai Sa has portrayed it with sensitivity and a fine sense of design.  This gorgeous composition could be the cover of a book.

About the Artist

(1918-1974, Zuni)  Percy Tsisete Sandy was born in 1918 at Zuni Pueblo in northern New Mexico. He was educated at the Santa Fe Indian School and at the Sherman Indian School in Riverside, California. He married a young woman from Taos and went to live at her pueblo.

Percy Sandy, who used his traditional name Kai Sa (Red Moon) in signing his work, experimented with a variety of styles, mediums and subjects, but he preferred to work in watercolor in a representational manner. Also known as a muralist, his best known mural is at the La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe.

Kai Sa’s work can be seen in the collections at the Gilcrease Institute and the Philbrook Art Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma; the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona; the Indian Arts and Crafts Board, Washington, D.C.; the Museum of Northern Arizona; the Museum of New Mexico; and the United Pueblo Agency, New Mexico.

Medium Gouache (opaque water-based paint) on paper
Sight size 15 1/2" height X 26 3/4" width
Frame Archival mat, regular glass, black lacquer wood molding
Frame size 21" height X 32 1/2" width
Signed "Kai Sa" at viewer's lower right
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed.
Provenance Ga Lo
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