Two Grey Hills / Storm Pattern Navajo Weaving : Mary Lee Begay : AC-11

Ray Manley's (1921-2006) photographs of Arizona painted a picture postcard of the state that helped to increase tourism. His favorite place to photograph was in Monument Valley.   Wikipedia

In 1984 Ray Manley and Steve Getzwiller teamed up. Steve wrote the text for "Ray Manley's The Fine Art Of Navajo Weaving" and provided the weaving collection, Ray Manley wrote the forward for the book and photographed many pieces from the Nizhoni Ranch Gallery as well as providing beautiful images from the stunning Arizona landscape.

This piece is from Ray Manley's private collection.

This gorgeous Two Grey Hills / Storm Pattern was woven by Mary Lee Begay and brings out the best in both designs. The tan/grey frame and dark brown accents serve to offset the different tones of brown It is a superb piece of fiber art. 

Style Two Grey Hills / Storm 
Weaver Mary Lee Begay
Date 1985
Size 2'11" x 4'10" 
Item # AC 11

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