John Redeye Moose Antler Carving With Hiawatha Belt
Large antler carving features a face protruding from the base of the antler with hair flowing across the palm. Hiawatha belt cut out on the palm of the antler. Next to the Hiawatha belt is a cut out medicine wheel. The tines of the antler feature carved ears of corn. The carving represents that past and present.
John Redeye, from the Seneca Nation, is a highly skilled, award winning antler carver. His work is collected by museums and private collectors across the country.