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                                                    Amelia Joe-Chandler
Amelia Joe-Ch
andler is the Indian Arts and Crafts Association Artist of the Year for 2006-2007.

Amelia's traditional DinĂ© (Navajo) background is reflected in all aspects of her jewelry creations.  Though her work is beautifully contemporary, her designs never completely shift from more traditional DinĂ© designs.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Art Education from New Mexico State University, and a Masters degree in Art Education from Indiana University.

In our opinion, Amelia has beautifully redefined the term "wearing art" as you can see here.

Watch A Discussion by Amelia Here, and a Full Screen Version on the River Trading Post Pod Network

 


 

 

Catalogue ID: #3369f

This 2 piece Navajo Wedding basket is of silver with a copper base.
2" x 4.5"
$1500

 

 

Kingman Turquoise in Weaving Design.
1.75"d
#5794s   $375

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Night Prayers; Fan with Horsehair Tassel
1.5" x 1.75"
#5411s    $400

 

Montana Agate
#4271  $325

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Morrisonite
Female Rain Over Shiprock
1.5" x 2"
#5795s   $300


Morrisonite Freedom
#4540f   $400

 

 

 


Mother of Pearl with Grandma Yazzie's rug design, honoring the Mud Clan.
 1.25" x 1.25"
#4550    $200
 

 

 

Sandstone inlay with plume agate.  Monument Valley after the rains with yucca.
 1.5" x 2.25"
#4269   $300

 

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Amethyst
Sage and the Hummingbird
1.5" x 2"
#5796s


Willow Creek Agate with the flock flying south to Shiprock as they migrate in preparation for winter.
 1.25" x 2"
#3955     $300

 

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Petersite with male rain over shiprock.
2" x 2.5"
#4270   $475

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A Marriage of Metals (Copper and Sterling Silver) in Rug Design.
The corner coppor symbols are used by Amelia's grandmother in her Two Grey Hills weavings.  The Willow Creek agate is cut to represent the heart, and the fringes on the bottom represent the bottom of a female blanket.
2.5" x 2 3/8"
#3291     $350
 


 

 

Pietersite Arrowhead
1.75" x 2.5"
#5140   $300