Harry Walters (Na-Ton-Sa-Ka)



Harry Walters (Na-Ton-Sa-Ka), Navajo, 1943-

Landscape of Shiprock with antelope

original watercolor, Harry Walters, or Na-Ton-Sa-Ka

Original watercolor, 1964, image size 16.25" x 24.25", framed in wood, overall size 22.5" x 31.5"
$950.00

Surrealistic experiment, Sun God, Yei and warrior figures

original watercolor, Harry Walters, or Na-Ton-Sa-Ka

Original watercolor, 1969, image size 19.5" x 16.5", conservation framing in wood, double matting, overall size 28.25" x 24.5"
$975.00

Remarks on the back of the painting:
Monster Slayer and Born for Water on their way to see their father the Sun.
Many hard and dangerous obstacles lay ahead and they were warned of them from time to time by the little wind.

Harry Walters is the former Director of the Hathathli Museum at Dine College and also teaches Navajo History, Navajo Oral History, and Culture. Public collections of his work include the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Interview with Harry Walters, The Long Walk: Tears of the Navajo.