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Woven by the daughter of Mae Jean Chester, Gabrielle brings what all things are great about Navajo woven art. The browns and grey come together with hidden pictorial elements that creates an stylized Storm Pattern within her Teec Nos Pos.
Gabrielle did a great job!
Learn more about the Teec Nos Pos style of weaving
Evelyn Joe is an accomplished Navajo weaver from the Cove area in NE Arizona. She is part of a well known family of Germantown style weavers, which includes James Joe, Priscilla Warren, Nellie Dean, Lenora Joe, and Betty Joe.
Evelyn created this handsome Moki style weaving with Spider Woman crosses over a traditional field of blue, black and wh...
This little weaving is just shy of being a tapestry! Small and tight the style is reminiscent of a 3rd phase chief. Ruby is the eldest daughter of weaver Lillian Joe.
Ruby Watchman has been working with Steve since the 2000's. She is a 3rd generation weaver known for her very tight weavings - this one no exception! Don't miss photos of Selen...
Contemporary weaver Eunice Joe from the Cove area, has created a beautiful Moki weaving - recognized by the handsome indigo and black striped background, red diamonds, and beautiful spiderwoman crosses. She added an eye- catching double arrow and "cloud" elements in red white and yellow in the upper and lower bands. When folded over and wrapped...
Two Grey Hills
The first thing to capture your attention in this remarkable Two Grey Hills style weaving is the lovely belted diamond centerpiece. Woven using only natural wool colors, this style of rug is one of the most easily recognized forms of Navajo weaving art.
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42.5" x 34" (1.0...
Spirit lines are an important part of many weavings. This line which runs horizontally from the design to the edge of the rug is placed there intentionally by the weaver so that his/her creativity will not be trapped inside the rug. Other weavers use the spirit line as a guide from this weaving to the next. Sometimes seen at the top (end), or b...