Sally Black is one of the most recognizable names in the art of Navajo basket weaving. Born and raised on the eastern edge of Monument Valley, she has emerged from humble beginnings to become known worldwide for her art. Sally is the eldest daughter of the matriarch of the most prominent family in Navajo basketry, Mary Holiday Black. This family is considered by many to have been mainly responsible for the revival of basketry. Without a doubt Sally and the rest of the Black family are the cutting edge of contemporary Navajo basket weavers. The clean design and even weave prove that Sally is definitely one of the best Navajo basket weavers ever.