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  1. My latest woven basket illusion, a ceremonial basket design that I call Navajo Rain Cross. The cross symbol can also be found on Navajo rugs and pottery and is often used to represent Spider Woman, the first Navajo deity. The basket is twelve inches in diameter and the wood is maple. Beading, pyrography and ink were used to create the basket illusion. It was donated to the SWAT 2019 Symposium and selected as an auction item.
  2. seen in the news today: World War II Veteran and Navajo Code Talker Fleming Begaye Sr. Dies At 97
  3. I turned a similar wedding basket illusïon a couple years ago as an auction item for my turning club. This one is somewhat smaller at only 12½ inches in diameter. This one will be in the SWAT 2-for-1 drawing next month. The wood is maple and if my memory is correct it has 58 rows of ⅛ inch beads. I used pyrography to create the illusion of a coiled basket and then used Copic ink pens to color the design.
  4. Here is my latest basket illusion piece. It is a 14½ inch diameter Navajo style wedding basket. The wood is maple that has been beaded and then woodburning pens were used to create the woven basket illusion. Copic ink pens were used to color the pattern which is the classic Navajo wedding basket design.
  5. It is with deep sadness that one of our National Treasures has left us today, Chester Nez was the last Navajo Code Talker in existence, and he left for the big sky today. I know he is in good hands up there, where he is walking with his ancestors. Thank you sir for your service to our country, a country that may have treated you unfairly, yet you stepped up to protect and serve her, thank you Chester Nez. ATTENTION!!!!!!!! WARRIOR ON DECK!!!!!!!!!!! OOORAH MARINE!!!!!!!!!! Click on the image below for the full story
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