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The latest Native American Art magazine cites Rosie Yellowhair as having participated in the Heard Museum Guild's Indian Fair & Market for more than 20 years.

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The latest Native American Art magazine cites Rosie Yellowhair as having participated in the Heard Museum Guild's Indian Fair & Market for more than 20 years.

About the Artist (Born 1950, Navajo)  Niece of Leo Begay and granddaughter of Hosteen Beginni, Rosie Yellowhair has created story-telling sand paintings for over forty years.

Yellowhair collects and grinds her own sand, applying it with adhesive to a surface, later sealing the granules in place.  Reportedly each composition takes anywhere from 3 months to 2 years to complete.

Since 2013 Yellowhair has received awards at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair.  Since 2017 she has been a part of the Santa Fe Indian Market, winning First Place as well as Best of Division for her sandpaintings during each of the years.
Culture American Indian, Navajo, Women Artists
Style Nostalgic American Indian
Medium Colored sand on board
Sight size 12 1/2" height X 9 1/2" width
Frame Multiple mat boards, wood molding
Frame size 21" height X 18" width
Signed "Rosie Yellowhair" Signed and titled on verso
Date of creation 2009
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed.
Provenance Ge Nel
Other Works by Rosie Yellowhair
The Tree of Life sandpainting, Paintings by Rosie Yellowhair
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