Sacred Fool – Koshare

I have unfinished business with a Koshare…

K.Henderson Art

Sacred Fool, oil on canvas, 24 x 36

Sacred Fool is yet another name for a Pueblo Indian Sacred Clown. These clowns participate in ceremonies trivializing important matters & exaggerating trivial events. Their purpose is to show how NOT to behave. They are teachers and keepers of tradition

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2 thoughts on “Sacred Fool – Koshare

  1. The fool is a universal requirement, especially to those to whom power has been granted. We need the little boy which points out that the ‘king has no clothes’.

    Thank you for the reminder and that remarkable image.

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    • I came face to face with Koshare and I know their power. The painting brought it all back. Glad you liked it too.

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