NAVAJO ARTIST They Walk in Beauty


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  • Subject: Diné - Navajo Nation
  • Item # C4191D
  • Date Published: Arizona Highways November 1994
  • Size: 56 pages
  • Price: $15.00

Many Diné artists began learning skills when they were very young-weaving small rugs, making pottery animals, painting on cardboard or paper or making baskets. Living on the Navajo reservation, these youngsters were taught to appreciate nature and her creatures and to respect their homeland. It is those lessons that have been carried forward in art expressions. The article on Navajo and their art features art objects in pottery, textiles, jewelry, paintings, sculpture, baskets, horse tack, and sandpaintings.

 

NAVAJO ARTIST They Walk in Beauty

in Arizona Highways November 1994

 

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The Navajos and Their Art

Featured are art objects in pottery, textiles, jewelry, paintings, sculpture, baskets, horse tack, and sandpaintings


  • Subject: Diné - Navajo Nation
  • Item # C4191D
  • Date Published: Arizona Highways November 1994
  • Size: 56 pages
  • Price: $15.00

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