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Sally Black

Sally Black is the eldest daughter of Mary Holiday Black, who is credited with reviving the traditional Navajo art of basket weaving. Sally is a top award winner and one of the most recognized names in the difficult and arduous art of Navajo basket weaving. She, and her family, are considered to represent the premier level of contemporary Navajo baskets.
Drawn to the craft at the age of eight, Sally has learned many basket designs and specializes in weaving her own contemporary designs, as well as traditional ceremonial baskets. Among a host of other awards, she has won ribbons at the prestigious SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market.