History is alive for Vincent Kaydahzinne. He recalls creating a mother-daughter sculpture from an alabaster stone. Tradition had it that a mother and child had once lived near where he found the stone. “In carving the alabaster I took from there,” he said, “I was bringing them back to life.”
Kaydahzinne is an acclaimed artist whose work is drawn from Apache culture and history and has appeared in museums, galleries and shows around the country, particularly the Southwest.