Silas Roy, Sr. (1948- )
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Silas Roy, Sr. is the son of Hopi Pueblo carver Coolidge Roy, Sr. He is of the Coyote Clan and has been actively carving Katsina dolls since 1963. He is from Third Mesa on the Hopi Reservation, living alternately at the villages of Moencopi and Hotevilla. He has won many awards from the Heard Museum, Museum of Northern Arizona, Scottsdale Nationals, and Tanner Indian Arts show.
Reference: Hopi Katsina: 1,600 Artist Biographies by Gregory and Angie Yan Schaaf.
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