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Hubert Candelario is one of the few active potters from San Felipe pueblo. He began making pottery in 1990 using a traditional micaceous clay. Hubert says he puts several coats of slip onto the surface so that it has an even "sparkle" to the mica! Hubert has won numerous awards for his pottery and his work can be found in museums nationwide.

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Candelario, Hubert – Seedpot with 44 Holes (2019)

Hubert Candelario is one of the few potters working at San Felipe Pueblo.  He has been known for his micaceous pottery for over thirty years.  This piece has 44 holes cut into the clay before the piece is fired.  The holes all vary in size and add to both the complexity and intricacy of the piece.  It is always interesting with such an open lattice style or clay work that his pieces always feel so structurally sound.  The piece is slipped 3 to 4 times with a micaceous clay before it is fired. This gives the piece such a deep coloration.  It is signed on the bottom, “Hubert Candelario”. 

$ 950.00
Candelario, Hubert – 37 Rib Melon bowl

Hubert Candelario is one of the few potters working at San Felipe Pueblo.  This is one of his melon bowls with 37 ribs!  Each rib is individually carved into the clay and start very narrowly at the neck and get larger at the shoulder and narrow to the base.  There is a beautiful symmetry that he is able to create with these pieces.  The ribs are round and slipped with a micaceous clay which gives the pieces its coloration and sparkle.  The piece is signed on the bottom in the clay, “Hubert Candelario”.

$ 1,350.00
Candelario, Hubert – Jar with Four Dragonflies and Circular Holes (2018)

Hubert Candelario is one of the few potters from San Felipe Pueblo.  He has been known for his micaceous pottery for over thirty years.  This is one of the larger and most creative pieces we have had from him.  This distinctive jar has four dragonflies carved into the clay in the open space.   Each dragonfly is made up of oval and circular shapes.  Dragonflies are often represented as prayer messengers.  The dragonflies here are surrounded by circular holes in various sizes.  Belive it or not, there are almost 100 other holes carving ino the piece!  WOW!  It is a wonderfully complex piece he has created!  The piece is slipped 3 to 4 times with a micaceous clay before they are fired.  It is the multiple layers of mica which give the jar such sparkle and deep coloration.  This is a new piece is from 2018 and an exciting variation on his style and designs. 

$ 2,800.00
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Candelario, Hubert – Puzzle Seedpot (2004)

Hubert Candelario is one of the few potters working at San Felipe Pueblo.  This is one of his “puzzle pots” which has a deeply carved design which encircles the entire surface of the piece.  The interior of the carved designs is slipped with a black mineral clay.  The surface is slipped with a micaceous clay which gives it the color and shine.  There is a modern fell about this unique design which has a very free flowing motion across the surface of the seedpot.  This seedpot is from 2004 and it is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks restoration or repair.

$ 1,200.00 $ 1,000.00
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