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Navajo Placing the Stars Basket - Alicia Nelson (#200)
Navajo Placing the Stars Basket - Alicia Nelson (#200)
Navajo Protection Basket - Alicia Nelson (#191)
Navajo Protection Basket by Alicia Nelson
Navajo Protection Basket - Alicia Nelson (#195)
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Navajo Protection Basket - Alicia Nelson (#210)
Navajo Protection Basket - Alicia Nelson (#210)
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Navajo Protection Basket by Alicia Nelson
Navajo Protective Basket in Black by Alicia Nelson (#238)
Navajo Protective Basket in Black by Alicia Nelson
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Navajo Basket Artist Alicia Nelson

Young and vulnerable to other's opinions, Alicia Nelson has nonetheless learned to trust her own instincts, and this has served her well as she has gone from being an apprentice basket weaver to an artist in her own right. Alicia trained under her mother-in-law, the famous Mary Holiday Black, recipient of the National Endowments 1995 Arts Heritage Award and fellowship. Alicia is one of only an estimated two dozen Navajo weavers who incorporate pictorial images into their baskets.

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