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Hot off the loom and in the Gallery !! This one has greys and brown, wonderful variegation. Tightly woven, Elsie is such a talented weaver.
39" x 60"
2nd Place: 2019 Gallup Inter-tribal Ceremonial
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Elsie shares, "My favorite designs are Burntwater, Wide Ruin, Ganado Red and Teec Nos Pos. Weaving rugs is a Navajo tradition and it is passed down by my family, and I Love to weave. It is my only income and it helps me a lot. I enjoy doing my work. It takes lots of time, not only to weave but all of the math and counting. I just love wha...
With lines so tight and crisp, this piece looks like an illustration rather than a piece of art you can hold in your hands and wrap around you.
The ganado red jumps off of this piece as if it shot from a cannon! This piece won 1st Place at the 1979 New Mexico State Fair.
Emma Lees was a Master Weaver featured in "The Fine Art of Navajo Weavin...
Wow! What a gorgeous Ganado rug! We are honored to have had other pieces by Master Weaver Grace Hendersen Nez, and this is a beautiful example of her craftsmanship. She hand-carded, hand-spun, and hand dyed Native wool for this piece. The way she infused the zig-zag edges to the design give it a dimensional quality. This is a stunning piece of a...
We are thrilled to share this lovely Ganado weaving by Master Weaver Marta Gould with you. This weaving is just spectacular - it is so finely woven that it's hard to believe that it's been done by hand. The detail in this piece is so hard to describe. Take a look at the detailed images to appreciate the skill in this piece.
Even with a simple...
Masterfully woven with Lincoln wool, this weaving says so much without a lot of noise. The red pulls you in and the design dazzles you with its beauty. Measuring 5' x 8' this piece would make a bold statement in your home or office!
Ganado - Klagetoh
59″ x 96″ (1.4914M x2.43M)
This is an excellent example of a Ganado - Klagatoh regional weaving. The crisp Ganado red sets off this weaving in a magnificent way. The lovely hooks which play such an important role in this piece demonstrate design elements that the Navajo borrowed from oriental rugs. The weaver wove feathers in the central margins of the piece. Look at t...
Spiderwoman blessed the weaver of this spectacular piece with a great eye for detail. When you look at this piece with a first glance you see a handsome double T as the fourth border of this piece. Then your eyes jump to the gorgeous squash blossoms interlocked and encircling the center design. Interwoven lightning diagonals adorn each corner...