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Woven by the daughter of Mae Jean Chester, Gabrielle brings what all things are great about Navajo woven art.
56" x 20"
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Native American Pictorial weaving from the 1990's. This small Many Farms Pictorial Navajo weaving has been a favorite of Steve's. It is tightly woven by an unknown Navajo weaver. Part of the Pictorial show it is in the catalog Painting With Wool : Navajo Pictorial Weavings.
"There's a place where eagles speak, and the sunrise slides from pea...
Miniature Navajo Chief Blanket Triptych Tapestry (try saying that 3 times fast!!)
Navajo Weaver Matilda Yazzie Bia has won many awards in the miniature category including Best in Category.6" x 5″Sold as a set.Miniature tapestries are unique in Navajo weaving – since the early 1970’s they have been woven by just a few extended families from The ...
Wide Ruin Navajo rug. This Wide Ruin Navajo rug is tightly woven with natural hand dyed wool.
Lillian Joe is known for her tight weave. Look at the one she just brought us! It was great spending time with her here at the gallery along with her weaver daughter Elvie Van Winkle. Great multi-generational weaving family.
Pictorial Navajo weaving. Navajo weavers sometimes just want to have fun! And this weaving sure is!It's complete with bows, arrows and feathers. Lusandra Williams pictorial weaving even includes war paint! And this fun contemporary pictorial shows the whimsy of the past.
The one above is from the 1940s and most likely was woven in the Mon...
Pictorial Navajo weaving. 2 in 1 pictorial weaving of a Navajo farm.
Ella Begay is from the Sweetwater area of the Navajo Reservation. She is a popular pictorial weaver. Navajo Pictorials can be influenced by anything and everything that has touched the weaver.
1'3" x 1'5"
Miniature TapestryKlagetohNavajo Weaver Matilda Yazzie Bia8" x 10"
Miniature tapestries are unique in Navajo weaving – since the early 1970’s they have been woven by just a few extended families from The Sawmill/White Clay area of the Navajo reservation. They have evolved into their own distinctive type of Navajo weaving collectible.
Pictorial Navajo weaving. Leroy Yazzie loves to incorporate trains into most of his weavings. As we can see in this handsome weaving he's used the stripes commonly associated with the Moki style as the background of this piece. A bow and arrow serve as the top and bottom visual anchors.
This piece has a lot of Navajo symbolism incorporated in ...
Navajo Pictorial weavings often feature things seen in everyday Navajo life. In this case, a semi-trailer carrying that iconic beer would undoubtedly be seen travelling across the reservation.
This small weaving by JoAnne Begay of the Sweet Water area measures 2' x 16" and would look great in any man-cave.