A Germantown rug in progress on Jennie's loom.
Our class picture with Jennie Slick's mother, Anna Ashley. From left, Carole Rose, Kathie Snyder, Betsy Fisch, Connie Delgado, Ilene Blum, Liz Higgins and Jennie Slick.
Famed weaver Barbara Jean Teller Ornelas dropped by on the first day of class.
Liz Higgins and and Kathie Snyder make friends with trader Perry Null's granddaughter.
Henry Lee Dedman delivers a loom for Liz Higgins.
Barbara Teller Ornelas met us at the Two Grey Hills Trading Post. Here, she's showing the album of historic pictures to Carole Rose and Connie Delgado.
Shilrley Brown works at the Two Grey Hills Trading Post full time and weaves if business is slow. She also weaves in her off hours.
This is one of Shirley's hand spun and hand carded masterpieces.
Barbara gives Jennie Slock some spinning tips.
Hot meals at all hours for some Two Grey Hills residents.
Irma Henderson's sheep at Two Grey Hills
Pamela Brown (left) wove the wedding annoucement rug for Linda Larouche and Mark Winter.
The class and friends at the Toadlena Trading Post.
Pamela Brown with the rug she wove showing her bookmark designs for Mark Winter's Master Weavers special edition copies.
Young weaver Garrick Blueeyes wove this unusual contemporary landscape rug.
Checking out the wool colors at Burnham's Trading Post.
Trader Bruce Burnham talks to the class about Paul Berkewitz' book, The Case of the Indian Trader.
Another view of Jennie's work.
There can be quite a bit of water in Canyon de Chelly in May.
More water in the canyon.
One of the thousands of rock art examples in the canyon.
A detail of the kiva at First Ruin in Canyon de Chelly.
You take a thousand pictures, and sometimes, you get lucky.
A foal and mare in Canyon de Chelly.
The jewelry in the canyon is spectacular too!
Here's another weaving by Ella.
Rose Dedman stis a pot of rabbitbrush.
Rose and the class with some of our dyed yarn.
The Window Rock.
Weaving in Beauty alumnus Mark Thurman dropped by with his latest competed rug. Mark is a very accomplished weaver.
At the Friends of Hubbell Native American Arts Auction, Bill Malone shows a weaving by Eunice Etcitty.
Also at Hubbell, a Burnham rug by Elizabeth Yazzie.
A hand carded and hand spun Sunday saddle blanket by R.G. Sherman.
Classic elegance with a contemporary color scheme by Verna Smith.