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Arizona artist Marlowe Katoney (Diné) trained as a painter while studying at the University of Arizona. In 2010 his maternal grandmother taught him to weave, and his career took off as people discovered his work at rug auctions and collectors began commissioning pieces. His weaving incorporates traditional Navajo designs into contemporary pictorial.
His weavings have not only won numerous awards, but also been in museum exhibitions around the country from the Heard Museum to the Tucson Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.