Just released from Faye Lone's private collection. Earth's Roots. 1977. This beautiful woven wall hanging in a stunning new frame. Hand-dyed wool. Her first art weaving. Depicts the ties of the earth in the hand-knotted 'fringe' to the earth's landscapes from the waters, to the plains and mesas, with a buffalo looking at us. The lovely framing has a full moon behind the mesas. The matte is a crushed midnight blue velvet texture. The frame is a faux weathered wood. Watch for a new piece to renew this art form after a 40-year hiatus. $930
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Shirt #1 Size 48 Brown with Black batik animal print
Shirt #2 Size 42 Green dots with cream vines
Shirt #3 Size 40 Blue with blue batik animal print
Welcome! Faye Lone is an award-winning art quilter with works in the permanent collections of museums, including the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian. She has been sewing since she was a little girl and now enjoys designing her goods for everyone to enjoy. Three of her daughters have been producing our goods for years and we are expanding in the next few months to accommodate the popularity of our goods as more people are discovering us. All of our products are hand made, except the hospitality-grade throws and bedspreads which we embellish with our original designs. Thank you for being part of this exciting new growth and buying authentic Native American goods!
Faye Lone and her daughters are enrolled members of the Tonawanda Band of Senecas, a traditional-governed member of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy). and a federally recoginzed Tribe. All of our handmade goods meet the requirements under the Indian Arts and Crafts Act.