COMMON KATSINA REPRESENTATIONS
Morning Singer — The Morning Singer is shown with an elaborate feather headdress and frequently wakes the village in the morning and later dancing during the day.
Crow Mother — A figure of dignity that appears on all three Hopi mesas, sometimes at events related to children. Often shown with a green robe, yucca blades and wings on her head.
Sun — Shown with a feather sunburst around his head, and often a bell and spruce tree in his hand.
Bear — Admired for his strength and curing abilities. He is often shown as a white bear, but is sometimes blue, with bear paw prints on both cheeks.
Aholi — Helps bring rains, particularly to Third Mesa. Often shown with tall blue helmet, staff or wand, and two feathers on the top of his helmet.
Clown — Commonly referred to as Koshari, Koyala, Hano or Tewa, the clown is a popular figure for his amusing appearance and tricks. Often shown with watermelons.
Eagle — Another popular katsina figure, especially because of his large, colorful wings.
Eototo — Sometimes shown with Aholi, Eototo is the father and chief of all the kachinas. Often portrayed in all white.
Fox — Portrayed as a fast runner. Often carved with large ears and a bare chest.
Kokopelli — Found in many pueblos of the Southwest, Kokopelli is the flute player, and good luck charm to hunters.