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Randall Beyale Original Alabaster Sculpture
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This is a wonderful one of a kind stone figure by the Navajo Native American Randall Beyale. The piece is well carved with fine detail from a piece of alabaster and is shaped in the form of a Navajo woman with a flowing or wind-swept robe. This impressive work measures 21 inches tall by 11 inches wide by 6 inches deep and weighs approximately 33 pounds. The lower back of the piece is signed by the artist and dated '95'. I'm sorry that a 2 dimensional photo can not fully show the beauty and gracefulness of the figure, nor the lovely colors of the stone. The piece is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks losses or restorations ...... SOLD

Randall Beyale is a Navajo from Crownpoint, New Mexico, a member of the Red Running into the Water Clan and a predominately self-taught Sculptor.
"Inspired by the ways of his Dine' heritage as an Artist, he continues to look for the soul in the stone and upon finding it he only brings out what is already there ..........."
Randall's inspiration is from his heritage and he is involved with the Navajo Tribal Ceremonies. His work has won many awards from Native American Shows, and his work is in collections throughout the country.

A partial list of Awards and Mentions:

2003 - Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial
Honorable Mention

1995 - Southwest Mountain Art Festival
Honorable Mention
Govenor's Award
People's Choice

1995 - Heard Museum
Honorable Mention

1994 - Gallup Inter-Tribal
2nd & 3rd Place

1993 - Gallup Inter-Tribal
1st Place

1992 - Gallup Inter-Tribal
3rd Place

1992 - Totah Festival
1st Place