Navajo art is fundamentally connected to aspects of Navajo ritual and belief. A. Navajo sand paintings are an expression of the close relationship between nature and the spiritual world in Navajo culture. B. Individual Navajo sand paintings typically embody the principles of harmony and disorder. C. Sand paintings, which help participants in rituals recall traditional chants, are part of ceremonies designed to restore beauty and harmony. D. Sand paintings, which are created by Navajo men, are faithful re-creations of earlier works and as such represent the principle of stability. E. Whereas Navajo sand paintings are associated with male deities. Navajo weaving involves representations of female figures such as Spider Woman. F. In Navajo culture, weaving is a female art and is associated with creativity and change.