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Two Grey Hills
Beautiful Three Turkey Ruin Navajo rug just arrived at the Gallery! Helen Bia weaves using the family recipes to dye the wool, this one is reminiscence of Helen's work from the early 1980's. We were all very excited to see it!!
We provided the white Churro wool to Helen and she does all the magic!!!
Three Turkey Ruin
Two Grey Hills Navajo Rug is soon arriving at the Gallery! You can see how close this rug is to the finish line and are very excited to see it in person. Stay tuned for more photos and the finished size.
Authentic Two Grey Hills Navajo Rug. Two Grey Hills is a classic Navajo rug design. People are often confused because they're not grey, and ...
Helen Bia, who has decades of experience weaving that are showcased in this beautiful rug. You can read more about Helen here. CLAN : Tangle Clan :Ta’neeszhni (Mother). Coyote Pass :Ma’iideeshgiizhnii (Father)
Steve has known Helen for so long that a weaving of hers is featured in Steve's book Fine Art of Navajo Weaving. copyright 1984
Sometimes you need a spectacular piece for a LARGE area. We're pleased to bring you this Two Grey Hills Navajo rug woven either by Helen Kay or her mother Nora Bitsui of the Blue Gap area. It measures 12'2" x 8'8" and would look stunning on the floor of any living area.
This beautiful Navajo rug was woven with commercial wool available at the r...
Historically traders encouraged unique and signature designs for Navajo rugs in their particular area. In the case of Toadlena and Two Grey Hills they worked to enhance marketability and cultivate regional styles.
This exhibit highlights differing phases of influence on the Navajo weaver. Showcasing historic textiles we have collected over the...
Two Grey Hills area Bistie runner. This is the only Bistie rug Steve has seen in athe runner size. Native wool, likely Churro . Hand carded, hand spun. Extremely well woven by a Master Weaver.
This weaving was part of the Timeless Treasures of Two Grey Hills Exhibit and catalog, page 25.
Two Grey Hills Bistie
Daisy Taugelchee (1911-1990) is considered to be the most famous of all Navajo Weavers, with a reign that lasted 50 years. Daisy set a standard of fine, smooth evenly spun wool woven into a superior quality textiles that was unmatched by any other weaver. She took first place at the ceremonial in 1944 and won consistently for the next 40 years. ...
This Two Grey Hills- Sanostee weaving was created using hand carded, hand spun native wool. The brown is likely vegetal dyed brown, which only occurred in the Sanostee area. It is also a JB Moore design, using plate XXX.
This weaving was part of the Timeless Treasures of Two Grey Hills Exhibit and catalog, page 5.
It graced the Living West M...
Very early Two Grey Hills Navajo rug. This weaving was based on JB Moore Catalog plate XXXI. In the beginning, Two Grey Hills regional style area the weavers used the catalog as design ideas. The talented master weaver simplified the JB Moore plate to create a bold design statement. It was woven using hand carded, hand spun Churro wool, with ...
Bessie Manygoats was a master weaver from the Toadlena area. She produced some the finest of the Two Grey Hills- Toadlena weavings. This Navajo rug is attributed to Bessie Manygoats or a Family member. It has a centralized double diamond design and was finally woven with hand carded, hand spun Churro wool.
This weaving was part of the Timeles...
Frances Manuelito was a master weaver taught how to weave by her famed mother, Blind Man's Wife. She used many of her mother's design ideas including the pictorial corn plant elements seen in this Two Grey Hills Navajo Rug.
This weaving was created using hand spun, hand carded Native Wool, with natural wool colors. It has a beautiful salt an...