Look at the fetish sculpture that we found at Earl’s Family Restaurant while having breakfast! You can have your own complete homesite, just like Grandma used to have. There’s a covered wagon with turquoise seat, a turquoise horse and a black horse, a registered Suffolk sheep (with sheep dog) and a cow (grass-fed Angus, of course). Grandma was always ready to bake in her clay oven and the wood is stacked for her. When nature calls, you can use the outhouse.
Christopher McCabe of Coyote Canyon, New Mexico hand carved each of the elements in this sculpture from natural gem stones. Grandma’s yard is a mosaic of turquoise, jasper and other hard stones. Chris is the head of the seller’s association at Earl’s and actively works to ensure that the Native American art sold there and elsewhere in our area is authentic and accurately represented. Students from our classes will recognize his work.