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The Navajo Gallery:

the most popular genre of Navajo art is "folk art", which currently appears in significant numbers.


This colorful representation of Navajo (Dine') culture and of the domestic and exotic animals of the world has its own charm and humor. From chickens to pigs to zebras and hippos, it is almost impossible to hold or look at these works without generating a smile and special respect for the artist.

Among the more popular
of these Navajo artists are
Les Herbert, Edith John.
Marvin Jim and
Matthew Yellowman.

To view Zuni beaded figures, click on the beaded horse image below.
Jeannette Deweese beaded Zuni horse
Di61-Jeanette Deweesee

Merry Christmas, Navajo-style, from Delbert Buck
DF66 - Delbert Buck, Navajo

Nativity by Marvin Jim, Navajo
TWPN48 - Marvin JIm

Edith John Navajo folk art chicken

DJ71 - Edith John

DK20 - Chandler Begay

Edith John Navajo folk art chicken
DK23 - Edith John

DK25 - Edith John

DJ41 - Edith John

DK24 - Edith John

DC44 - Dennis Tom

DK16 - Sarah Benally

Edith John Navajo nesting red hen
DK36 - Edith John

Marvin Jim Navajo chicken
CX23 - Marvin Jim

Marvin Jim Navajo Folk art raven
DJ36 - Marvin Jim

DJ39 - Joshua Johnson


Matthew Yellowman Navajo Quail carving
DX04- Matthew Yellowman

Al Lewis Navajo carved wood horse
DK09 - Al Lewis

Al Lewis navavajo folk art horse
DK10 - Al Lewis

Chandler Begay Navajo horse
DK12 - Chandler Begay

DK38 - Peter Ray James

DK37- Peter Ray James

DC66 - Berlin Lansing

DC67 - Berlin Lansing

DC05- Berlin Lansing

DF43 - Dennis Poeche

DJ17- Marvin Jim &
Grace Begay

DJ18 - Marvin Jim &
Grace Begay

DJ16 - Jimmy Harvey

DJ15 - Jimmy Harvey

DF67 - Delbert Buck

Whimsy takes over in this giraffe mountfor a Delbert Buck Navajo rider
DJ38 - Delbert Buck


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