Born in Sichomovi on First Mesa in 1920, Eunice "Fawn" Navasie began working with clay early in life, learning from her mother, Agnes Navasie, and working with her sister-in-law, Joy "Second Frogwoman" Navasie. Dolly Joe "White Swann" Navasie. (Little) Fawn Navasie and Dawn Navasie are her daughters.
Eunice worked in black-and-red-on-white, as well as black-and-red-on-buff or yellow ware. Her favorite shapes seem to have been jars, bowls and wedding vases. She earned numerous awards at the Gallup InterTribal Ceremonials in Gallup, New Mexico, and at the Santa Fe Indian Market.
She made pottery for nearly 50 years and was well known for her artwork and innovative designs. Her daughter Fawn was generally referred to as "Little Fawn" until Eunice passed on.