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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...
Elvie Van Winkle has done it again! She came by the gallery over the weekend to deliver this tightly woven chief tapestry with some of her family in tow. We look forward to her visits - really great person and weaver.
She comes from a very gifted weaving family. Her mother is Lillian Joe and sisters Elverna Van Winkle and Ruby Watchman.
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 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.
Moki weavings are very distinctive in the Hubbell Trading Post/Chinle area. This weaving is very likely to be one of a pair which was hung over an entry to a Hogan which Hubbell specialized in. Outstanding design and very well woven.
60" x 97"
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This beautiful Moki blanket, with purple and black stripes typical of the style, features a Third Phase layout, with quarter diamonds at each corner. Woven with 4-ply Germantown yarn.
Due to the design and time frame in which this was woven, it is likely a commissioned work by trader J.L. Hubbell or his business partner at the time, C.N. Cotton...
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...