Journal

Art has colored LaKota Scott’s life since birth. Growing up in Tuba City she watched her father, a sculptor, painter and fan maker, and other family members who were basket makers create beautiful pieces through their skill. As a child, she helped her father make fans. It was a natural apprenticeship that taught her the […]
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The development of the designs and colors found in historic Navajo weavings is a part of the tale of the people themselves. To understand why certain designs took hold, and what colors and patterns developed and where, one must look to the changes which took place when the proud Navajo became the wards of the […]
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