A Santa Clara "Bear Claw" acrylic painting on canvas by Dean Haungooah. This painting has two bear claws to the left of the painting. The larger bear claw to the right has a Pueblo village within it. It also has a sunface with feathers. On the top is the Avanyu Serpent with his arrow shaped tongue. Haungooah's paintings and pottery are often filled with symbols and deep meaning. This painting measures 12 inches in length and 12 inches in width. The signature can be found on the bottom right.