About Clyde Honyouti
The one piece concept for katsina doll carving began when Clyde, who was a sheepherder, would take a small piece of cottonwood and a simple knife with him in the morning as he left for the day. During the day while the sheep ate and rested, Clyde would begin his kachina carvings and since he did not have access to any other materials he began to carve the feathers, rattles, drums, etc. as a part of the whole piece. This began the practice of the one piece kachina carvings made by Ronald and his brothers, Brian and Lauren.
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