Navajo weaving by award winning weaver Linda Nez shows a wide array of wildlife in a red rocks landscape. Nez's mother was a skilled weaver of traditional Navajo rugs. Linda had a strong interest in weaving but her job tending the family sheep herds came first. She did teach herself to weave and became best known for her ability to depict her pictorial images in a three dimensional manner. Linda was more strongly influenced by the weaving style of her aunt, Susie Black—according to Nez, the first Navajo rugmaker to use pictorial imagery in her rugs. Measures 46 by 34 inches.