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Ceremonial Basket - Mary Holiday Black (#310)
Ceremonial Basket
Colorful Earth & Sky Navajo Basket - Mary Holiday Black (#278)
Colorful Earth and Sky Navajo Basket by Mary Holiday Black
Fire Dance with Mud Heads Vessel by Mary Holiday Black (#392)
Fire Dance with Mud Heads Vessel by Mary Holiday Black
Large 16" Navajo Ceremonial Basket - Mary Holiday Black (#260)
Large 16
Multi-Colored Butterflies Basket - Mary Holiday Black (#246)
Multi-Colored Butterflies Basket - Mary Holiday Black (#246)
Navajo 10" Ceremonial Basket - Mary Holiday Black (#250)
Navajo 10
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Mary Holiday Black

Considered primarily responsible for the preservation and renaissance of the art of Navajo basket weaving, Mary Holiday Black is a legend in her own time. Mary received the Utah Governor's 1995 Folk Art Award, and in September of 1996 a $10,000 National Heritage Fellowship Award from the National Endowment for the Arts, which was presented to her in Washington D.C. by First Lady Hillary Clinton.

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