Kerry David, Hopi Pueblo Carver
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Artist Kerry David is of mixed heritage. His mother is Diné of the Navajo Nation and his father, Les David, is a Hopi from First Mesa. Kerry is a nephew of Neil David, Sr. He was born in 1963 at Walpi village at First Mesa. He started carving katsina dolls when he was 7 years old.
Kerry David was born in 1963. His awards are many: 1987 Best of Division, Museum of Northern Arizona; and 1987 Best of Class, two First Class, and a Third Class, all at Colorado Indian Market in Denver. His carvings are in the collection of the Museum of Northern Arizona, and numerous private collections.