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Vincent KaydahzinneVincent Kaydahzinne
    "My mission is to preserve my Mescalero and Chiricahua heritage. This mission includes teaching the younger generation to carry on Apache tradition through art and music. Another goal is to become better every day at what I do. My greatest reward comes when I connect with another person and that person expresses an understanding of the meaning and strength in the creation of my work."
    Vincent Kaydahzinne is an accomplished, self taught artist and musician. He is the great, great grandson of Cochise, Chiricahua chief, and Chatto, famous warrior and scout. Much of his inspiration can be attributed to his mother and grandmother, Helen, who was a prisoner of war with Geronimo. He is a member of the Mescalero Apache tribe and has devoted himself exclusively to art and music for the last 17 years, but has been and artist and musician since early childhood.
    In sculpture, he utilizes a variety of stone, including alabaster, marble, limestone and granite. He creates very traditional images, and contemporary and abstract pieces. Since the late nineties, he has also incorporated bronze sculpture medium. He uses traditional and a varity of patinas on his limited edition bronzes, and oversees the completion of each piece. He has won awards at many native art shows, including includig Santa Fe Indian Market and Southwest Indian Art Fair in Tucson, and others.
    Vincent is also profecient at painting and electronic art. Music is one of his first loves. He is an accomplished singer, songwriter, and plays guitar, native flute and harmonica.
Vincent KaydahzinneVincent Kaydahzinne *New*
Apache Warrior Bronze sculpture
$2,900.00 + S/H


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