Logan Dallas, Hopi Pueblo Artist
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Hopi Pueblo artist Logan Dallas was active from the 1920s to the 1990s carving and painting and was born before the "Split" at Old Oraibi. He began carving Katsina dolls in the 1920s. Later, he took up oil painting on canvas.
His themes mostly were scenes of Katsinam and ceremonies in the village. He influenced younger painters and carvers, including Cliff Bahnimptewa, also from Oraibi. Logan also painted some Katsina dolls using oil paints. He was still actively painting in the 1970s.
Logan Dallas (1900-1990s) spent most of the last years of his life at Moenkopi, one of the youngest of the Hopi villages.
Relative Links: Hopi Pueblo, Katsina dolls, Cliff Bahnimptewa, Native American Painting
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