Need a gift or present? This wallet would make a unique Navajo art inspired gift. Buy one today for the special someone. The wallet is a tri-fold wallet.
The wallet has the artwork titled “Blue Corn”. The wallet can be used for bills. Pockets are available for cards. The wallet folds in three sections. The wallet is secured with velcro strap.
The wallet is made from black canvas material.
The wallet measures 4.5 inches by 3.1 inches.
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.