Need a gift or present? This mug would make a unique Navajo art inspired gift. Buy one today for that special someone! The cup is available in 11 or 15 ounces. Please make a selection from the drop down menu above.
The mug has an image imprinted with the Navajo artwork "Blue Corn." The title of the artwork and "Lajasta Wauneka" are imprinted vertically on the side of image. The mug can be used as a cup or a storage container, and is also dishwasher safe using bleach free detergent. Great for morning tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
Ceramic and hard coated.
11 or 15 fluid ounces. Please choose your desired size above.
Blue Corn; Medium: Acrylic, C. 2012
Corn in Navajo Tradition is important. Navajo people use blue corn for a food called blue corn mush. It is sort of like a hot cereal. The painting is monochromatic blue in Yei (Holy People) form.
Lajasta Wauneka is an award winning Navajo (Dine) artist. She is from Fort Defiance, Arizona. Her main style is the rendering of Navajo Dieties (Yei) into her artwork. She has been an artist for most of her life following in the footsteps of her brothers and father.