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Pictorial Navajo rug from the Pinyon area of the Navajo Nation.
This one is a blast from the past! Steve collected it during the early 1980's as he traveled around the reservation. Steve remembers this one to be woven by Suzy Yazzie. Hand carded, the grey and gold are natural dyes. They grey background is a beautiful salt and pepper that ...
Hero Twin Pictorial Navajo rug from the Pinyon area of the Navajo Nation.
This one is a blast from the past! Steve collected it during the early 1980's as he traveled around the reservation. Steve remembers this one to be woven by Suzy Yazzie. Hand carded, the grey and gold are natural dyes.
It is a heavy weave with a very striking design....
Contemporary weaver Wil Begaye has created a beautiful Moki weaving - recognized by the handsome dark blue and black striped background, red diamonds, and beautiful spiderwoman crosses. When folded over and wrapped around you, the designs would meet at the edges as if joined together.
Two Grey Hills
Two Grey Hills are known world wide as Navajo weavings. They are crafted on the loom using all naturally colored wool from the sheep. Easily identified by their neutral colors, they have a large central shape, and four corner shapes.
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3' x 5'
Emma Benally comes from a long line of gifted weavers. Her specialty is the Two Grey Hills style which uses all hand-carded, and hand-spun natural wool Dyes are not used. By carding different colors together she is able to create lovely tones of brown and gray.
To appreciate all of the time and work that goes into a piece of woven art that ...
Who doesn't like a community dance? Look at all of the activity in this dynamic weaving! Juanita Tsosie of the Rough Rock area is the creative mind behind this great piece. She was the preeminent Navajo Folk Artist / Weaver of the 80s and 90s and her creations are highly sought, many are with prominent collections and institutions.
Long before the Chinle weavings became well-known for their banded style, this was a Chinle weaving. Contemporary weaver Susie Begay revived the Old Style in this gorgeous piece. Using a limited palette of gray, red, black, and white, the chained vertical diamonds create a stunning focal point.
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