Navajo folk art carver, Harrison Juan was inspired to create his figures wearing sunglasses, by seeing himself in the reflection of the glasses of one of his collectors. Harrison has been creating folk art since the 1970‚Äôs and his style is well-known. Colorful trade blankets and traditional jewelry adorn the Navajo people, as well as the sunglasses that depict their surroundings. Harrison captures everyday life in his wood carvings.¬†¬† Signed
6¬† 5/8‚ÄĚ tall x 3¬† 3/8‚ÄĚ long x 3‚ÄĚ wide
In recent years, wood figurines hand carved by self-taught Navajo artists have developed into Navajo Folk Art. These carvings of traditional personal images and indigenous animals are characteristic of the cultural integrity on the Navajo people. Strong cultural values provide for and sustain the artistic traditions of the Navajo.
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