Navajo Nightway Ceremony Sandpainting Textile

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Arizona

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Navajo Fringed Mouths Sandpainting from the 8th day of the Nightway Ceremony.

Woven by Master weaver Selena Yazzie.
Born : 1963
CLANS: To’ahani-Near the water people, born for Tachii’nii-Red Running into water people, Ta’bahi-Edge water people.

Extremely finely woven. Two years on the loom and made with all natural dyes. It is 85″ x 59″ (2.159M x 1.49M).

This textile took 1st Place, Best of Category, and Best of Textiles, in the 2015 All Indian Inter-Tribal Ceremonial in Gallup New Mexico, USA.

Published (page 362) in the recently released book, NAVAJO WEAVINGS WITH CEREMONIAL THEMES by Rebecca and Jean-Paul Valette.

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