CINDY FOWLER

I am a 4 Corners native. I am half Dine’ (Navajo) and half Anglo.  I began carving stone in the early 1980’s. Over the years, I have been carving off and on and I’ve also been making beaded jewelry.

During the Pandemic, I began carving for healing after the passing of my husband, James King, in 2019.  I prefer carving Alabaster for its softness and variety of color.  A mother and child, a proud warrior, simple images find their way into my work.  I’d like to continue carving to see where it will take me.  Ahee hee’.. Thank You

-Cindy Fowler

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