Navajo Sculptures by
Rena And Harrison Juan
Rena And Harrison Juan carve sculptures that depict the Navajo in their everyday life. Since the 1970's they have given collectors an array of fine carvings and a glimpse into the everyday life of the reservation. Rich in ceremony, some sculptures capture ritual feeling while others capture their quiet observation of the world as shown in " Mother and Daughter with Sunglasses" and in " Sisters and Wagon".