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Anna Jean Bahe, Big Mountain

Anna Jean Bahe does fine beadwork, as well as weavings.

Because of limited computer memory, it's been necessary to delete photos of the many weavings she has sold through Black Mesa Weavers for Life and Land. There is a hard copy photo record of all of them, as well as a copy of her full page. Thus, the weavings shown here are primarily the ones received since June 2007.

MBM-524. Anna Jean Bahe. Complex, abstract, impeccably woven design with storm pattern elements, including zigzag lightning, stacked clouds, 33.25 in. x 24 in. Highly detailed border with vegetation motifs. In rich "Ganado" red, black, dark grey, light grey, and white, this is a powerful mathematical/musical harmonic weaving. [SOLD]

MBM-525. Anna Jean Bahe. An elegant "Crystal" weaving, which is actually an interplay of vegetation and water motifs, with a central band of cloud within vegetation imagery, 34 in. x 19.5 in., in black, dark grey, light grey, red, and white. $400 ($350 to weaver; $50 to general fund).

MBM-523. Anna Jean Bahe. Four feathers mat, 13.5 in. x 10.25 in, in black, white, rich red, and medium grey, a motif that brings protection and balance. SOLD


MBM-519, 520, 521, 522 (522 is sold). Anna Jean Bahe. Four lovely mats.
Starting at upper left: MBM-521. Five feathers/arrows, 11.5 in. x 8.5 in., red, black, medium grey, white. SOLD.
Upper right: MBM-519. Water and vegetation themes, with reverse twill bands. 11.5 in. x 8.5 in., grey, black, red. $55 ($45 to weaver; $10 to general fund).
Lower left: MBM-520. Two pairs of four feather/arrows facing each other motif with reverse twill bands, 11.5 in x 9.25 in. $55 ($45 to weaver; $10 to general fund).


MBM-442. Anna Jean Bahe. Traditional double "Two Grey Hills" design blanket with the four sacred mountains in the four corners, two central Spiderwoman four-directions cross, and cloud and stepped mesa motifs, in a symphony of earth colors, 34 in. x 24 in. SOLD by Needle Rock Fiberarts, Telluride, Colorado, September 2008).

MBM-479. Anna Jean Bahe. Classic, impeccably woven "WideRuins/Crystal" blanket in black, white, red, and grey, 24.5 in. x 19 in., with vegetation and water motifs. Note the reverse colors in the two central vegetation bands, and a similar color change in the ends -- as shown in this view, the top red bands with white water line, and the bottom white bands with red water line. The weaving can be displayed either horizontally or vertically--it works beautifully either way. $350 ($300 to weaver; $50 to general fund).

MBM-492. Anna Jean Bahe. Buoyant and intricate powerful "dazzler" weaving of vegetation, with intricate border, 35.25 in. x 27.5 in.. Black, dark grey, white, red, light grey [SOLD]

Detail of MBM-492, which shows colors more accurately, and crispness of the weaver's superb skills.

MBM-493. Anna Jean Bahe. "Wide Ruins" style blanket with outlined vegetation and reverse twill water motifs, 23.5 in. x 20.5 in., black, dark grey, light grey, red, white.[SOLD]

MBM-494. Anna Jean Bahe. Glowing mat, like the sun at dawn, 13.5 in. x 10.5 in., in coral, orange, gold, and light tan, with two reverse twill edgings in drrp pink and black.[SOLD]

MBM-495. Anna Jean Bahe. Another dramatic and powerful mat, 12.5 in. x 10.25 in., in turquoise outlined with white on a black ground. $60 ($50 to weaver, $10 to general fund).

MBM-316. Anna Jean Bahe. Reverse twill dazzler weave, 24 in. x 16 in., handspun, subtle, and sophisticated natural black, warm light taupe, cream white, dark chocolate brown, milk chocolate brown, a tour-de-force of weaving! It feels like gentle rain falling through soft clouds... $400 ($300 to weaver; $100 to general fund).



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