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Late classic Third phase variant. Aniline red, indigo blue, vegetal green, Churro wool. There are limited photos due to this weaving being part of an exhibit. This is the very first time Steve has offered this weaving!This weaving was part of Color Riot! How Color Changed Navajo Textiles April 5,2019 - September 2,2019 at the Heard Museum
Miniature Navajo Chief Blanket Triptych Tapestry (try saying that 3 times fast!!)
Navajo Weaver Matilda Yazzie Bia has won many awards in the miniature category including Best in Category.6" x 5″Sold as a set.Miniature tapestries are unique in Navajo weaving – since the early 1970’s they have been woven by just a few extended families from The ...
1st Phase Chief Blankets are characterized by simple horizontal stripes.
Judy Marianito has finished her 1st Phase Chief Blanket and it's here at the gallery!
Woven like a Classic Chief Blanket it has the handle of a true blanket weave. Just three colors, indigo blue, ivory and a variegated brown, with a slight line of cochineal.
Julia Upshaw has woven this 2nd Phase Chief blanket using Churro wool dyed with natural Indigo and cochineal. Woven as a classic chief blanket, master weaver Julia's talent shines through.
47" x 65" (3'11" x 5'5")
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Jalucie Marianito's 2nd Phase Chief blanket variant, using Churro wool dyed with natural Indigo and cochineal. The zig zag elements are very creative and give this fine blanket movement.
52" x 66" (4'4" x 5'6")
1st Place and a Special Award: ...
3rd Phase Chief blanket! Lucie used all natural dyes: Indigo Blue, Cochineal Red, and Rabbit Brush Yellow to create this Masterpiece woven with Native Churro wool.
The judges were very pleased with this piece and awarded it 1st Place at the 2016 Gallup Inter-tribal Ceremonial!
This 3rd Phase variant is taken from a blanket that belonged to a P...
The colors in this Navajo rug include dark bands - natural brown, crimson, green, black and gold bring to mind evening campfires enveloping you in their warmth.
This 3rd Phase Chief style rug is beautiful. hard to remember their beauty as a wearing blanket.
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Pricilla Warren, Red Valley area
This captivating 3rd Phase Navajo Chief Blanket is done in a Red Mesa/ Teec Nos Pos Pictorial Style. The colors in this piece are brown, black, white, red, and indigo/purple. They work well together to make this vibrant piece come alive.
57″ x 77″ (4'9" x 6'5")
As we've mentioned before about Chief Blankets, not all people come in the same size. When folded in down and wrapped around you, it would keep you extra warm an cozy!
This beautiful piece of art was created by Laverta Marianito in 2004 and is handsome beyond words. The deep brick red is stunning and the zig-zag and ribbon design work is specta...
If you do a search for "Judy" you will find several of Judy Marianito's works of art. She specializes in create weavings which traditionally have been woven - Chief Blankets, Women's Blankets, Mantas, and Serapes. Her expertise in this area is well known. She is a gifted weaver.
In this stunning Woman's blanket we have horizontal strips of d...
Chief blankets weren't just for men, they could be for women as well. Just like this gorgeous piece woven by Master weaver Elaine Upshaw!
Woven of native Churro wool, the colors and design in this piece are just spectacular! This weaving is from our exclusive Churro Collection.
Wearables: Manta, Serape, Child