Handwoven contemporary Navajo rug, the geometric patterns represent the dark clouds and falling snow, hence it's title, 'First Winter Storm'. The Navajos believe the first snow of the winter season is to cleanse the earth and renew spirits. This piece placed 'Top 5 Finalist' SWAIA 2020 Virtual Indian Market and 2nd Place in Textile Division Heard Museum Guild and Indian Market 2021

Dimensions are 47 x 26

First Winter Storm