49″h x 9.5″w x 9.5″d
Catalpa wood, burlap, deer horn, mink, painted
This is the first sculpture to which David adds non-wood materials to the form. The face is unique-the defined eyes capture you. There is a rustic, raw and primitive quality to Anasazi #2, with the legs puncturing the earth like base, the natural shaped horns and the severely shaped torso. The breasts imply the female – but you could easily view it as a male figure – which brings up the question-does the gender need to be defined?