Ephraim Eric Anderson

  • Navajo (Dine)
  • Jewelry
  • Textiles
  • Diverse Arts

Booth: LIN W 724

 "Nitsékees" (of thought)

"Nitsékees" (of thought)

6 inches with 1.25 gap 1.17 width 2.5 inch spread

Jewelry

Spider Woman and Spider Man

Spider Woman and Spider Man

6 inches with 1.25 gap 1.17 width 2.5 inch spread 10 gauge

Jewelry

Pieces from the past

Pieces from the past

6 inches with 1.25 gap 1 inch width 10 gauge

Jewelry

The Mud clan cinch

The Mud clan cinch

30"/6"

Textiles

Cuervo Canyon Biil’eeh

Cuervo Canyon Biil’eeh

127 cm × 68.5 cm (50 in × 27 in. )

Textiles

Telluride Revival Blanket

Telluride Revival Blanket

172 cm × 102 cm (82 in × 68 in. )

Textiles

The Three Suns

The Three Suns

19 x 14 x 1/8

Diverse Arts

Classic Velvet Navajo Dress

Classic Velvet Navajo Dress

Size 4

Diverse Arts

Abstract Corn on indigo

Abstract Corn on indigo

56 x 42

Diverse Arts

I'm Navajo Weaver and silversmith using history, stories, and archaeology to create modern weavings & jewelry so this ancient cultural art of my tribe does not Fade Away into only museums. Doing this creates dialogue between Navajo weaving and history and the misrepresented narrative of Dine origins of the last 150 years.