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This contemporary Navajo rug is a mixture of regional styles Teec Nos Pos, Storm Pattern and Klagetoh. The color pallet is from the Klagetoh area. The border is reminiscent of Teec Nos Pos styles. Two very distinctive Storm Patterns are visible with a third smaller Storm element in the center of the rug.
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This Ganado Navajo rug is deep red with black and white highlights, that is centered around the natural brown/grey wool. Helen Peshlakai from the Nazlini area of the Navajo nation wove this about a decade ago. This is our 1st offering of this wonderful rug.
30″ x 46"
This near tapestry Native American Rug is a true gem. It is a Storm Pattern woven with Ganado colors. Fine and tight it could easily be used on the floor or wall.
This weaving family has talent! Here they are posing with their Navajo rugs that are all hand woven on an upright loom. From left to right is Lillian Joe, Elvie Van Winkle, Ruby Wa...
Janice Van Winkle has been weaving a small Red Mesa Navajo rug. She is known for tight near tapestry weavings, this one is 72 wefts per inch.
Janice Van Winkle
25" x 35"
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Colorful Yei featuring Dragonflies and rainbow bars.
Steve sent Louise Reed and her daughter a big box of wool in many colors. And GH has sent this charming weaving. Both mother and daughter have been weaving for Steve many years.
Yei/ Yei Be Chei
26" x 39"
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Janice Van Winkle is Aunt to Elvie Van Winkle. Janice has been weaving for many years and we are happy to have her in our fold.
This small weaving is near tapestry quality and like other Van Winkle weavings is woven with mainly natural dyes. Check out the details she included.
Yei Be Chei
Janice Van Winkle
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!
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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...
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.