Sterling silver hand-fabricated naja by Cochiti Pueblo artist, Waddie Crazyhorse. It hangs on a black cord measuring 26″ long and has four handmade sterling silver beads and two red beads.
Waddie CrazyHorse is a 3rd generation silversmith, son of Cippy and Susan Crazyhorse and grandson of Joe Quintana. He apprenticed with his father, Cippy Crazyhorse, during high school and has not been able to put down a hammer since. Much of his work features bold lines and clean negative space designs where ‘less creates more.’ Waddie also loves photography and the excuse it gives him to travel and explore our world.