Included in this lot is an original Linda Pond enamel tile framed shadowbox-styled matted painting originating from the early 1990's. Linda Pond is an American artist known for her colorful enamel on glass paintings. This piece depicts a Navajo woman, dressed in an orange shirt with white accents and a periwinkel blue skirt, weaving on a traditional Pueblo-Navajo upright weaving loom. A young Navajo girl, presumably her daughter or other relative, is shown seated alongside on the ground in an red shirt with white accents and a yellow long skirt. To their left on the ground is a basket full of coloured balls of yarn The figures are depicted sitting overlooking a sparsely treed valley with mesas and mountain ranges in the background behind the loom, a pale blue sky above. The piece is signed "Linda Pond" in gold lettering in the bottom right corner.
The piece is set into a wood frame with a canvas matte border around the art. The piece shows good condition overall, with some light wear across the frame. The frame measures 13.25"W x 15.25"L, with the art measuring 5.5"W x 7.5" L.