We love Salvador Romero and his work. It's always a pleasure to see him, as we did again this year in Santa Fe. After a nice - too much nice- breakfast, Salvador opened his trunk and brought out the carvings he had created for us.
Here are a few examples, which have been added to Salvador's pages on our ZuniLink web site:
Here's a prairie dog, those denizens of the desert
Here's a family of bears, Papa Bear, Mama Bear and Baby Bear
A horse, a horse. Salvador does a horse.
An eagle stands alertly, waiting for someone to claim it.
Here's a hawk in sandstone.
The badger is a fearsome protector among fetish animals. You can see why.
A wise owl materializes from Pueblo stone.
And there are more. Click on the images to go to the appropriate page at ZuniLink.