This colorful new exhibition brings together 23 tapestries woven from 1994 to 2017 by noted weaver D.Y. Begay, the largest showing of her work in one place. Begay’s inspiration comes from the landscape surrounding her home on the Navajo reservation. She uses traditional vegetal dyes and weaving techniques to express her personal vision, rooted in deep and sustained observation of the diverse land and plant forms of her homeland. Begay’s tapestries are internationally recognized and included in museum collections around the world.