Native American Art Magazine|April - May 2020
In the late 1970s, Pat and Rex Lucke walked into an Arizona showroom and fell in love with a Navajo pictorial weaving, which they happily took home with them. Their collection of Navajo textiles eventually grew to more than two dozen weavings. That collection is now on view at Colonial Williamsburg’s Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum in the exhibition Navajo Weavings: Tradition and Trade.
“The pictorial weavings collection represents a part of the country and a group of people that we rarely have the opportunity to show in our museum,” says Kimberly Smith Ivey, senior curator of textiles at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg.
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April - May 2020