Iconic award winning area rug designed from a collage of overlapping colors. 25 New Zealand wool shades replicate the effect of translucent colors mixing. Handmade, hard wearing, and washable. “ I’m fascinated by exploring the design possibilities of knotting and tufting with wool. There are so many ways to create original pieces working with juxtapositioning colours, texture, pile height, weaving techniques, yarn type and the overall shape of the design – it’s a very exciting medium” - Sony...
Navajo Indian Camp - Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona. The woman works at her loom under the summer shelter, weaving a rug for which they are famous with some of her family about her. The red sandstone formation of The Yebechai (Twelve Dancers) stands on the skyline in Monument Valley, traditional home of the Tribe. :: Colorado Plateau Digital Archives Selections