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Patrick Dean Hubbell is Dine' (Navajo). He is To'ahani'(Near to Water Clan), Born for Dibe'lizhini (Black Sheep), Maternal Grandfather is Kinyaa'aanii (Towering House People), Paternal Grandfather is Hona'ghaahnii (One Who Walks Around Clan). He is originally from Navajo, New Mexico, located near the Northeast region of the Arizona, New Mexico border of the Navajo Nation. Patrick attended Arizona State University where he received his Bachelors of Fine Art in Painting and Drawing and also minored in American Indian Studies. He is currently residing and working on the Navajo Nation in Window Rock, AZ.
Artist Statement
My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.

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Hubbell, Patrick Dean – “The Smell of Rain is Refreshing to the Soul” Oil & Earth Pigments

Patrick Dean Hubbell is a dynamic painter who incorporates earth pigments and oil to create his paintings.  This painting, entitled, “The Smell of Rain is Refreshing to the Soul”, combines oil and natural earth pigments on a wood panel.  The earth pigments are all gathered by Patrick from the Navajo reservation.  This painting has a horizon line of pigments across the bottom and it is painted on board.  It is framed in a gold frame. I added an additional photo of the piece in the gallery.  Patrick says of his earth pigment series:

“The earth pigment and the oil was a project I had in mind to gather pigments from across the Navajo nation.  I would be incorporating Navajo traditional sandpainting with my background of painting.  I was also interested in the tradtiional European paintings where they used earth pigments combined with oil paint.  I put all three ideas together and this allowed for further exploration of the pigment itself.  The pigments provided both texture and transperancy in the art.”

Patrick says of his work in his artist statement:

“My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.”

$ 2,500.00
Hubbell, Patrick Dean – “I Know You Will Always Take Care of Us” Oil & Earth Pigments

Patrick Dean Hubbell is a dynamic painter who incorporates earth pigments and oil to create his paintings.  This painting, entitled, “I Know You Will Always Take Care of Us”, combines oil and natural earth pigments on a wood panel.  The earth pigments are all gathered by Patrick from the Navajo reservation.  This painting has a horizon line of pigments across the bottom and it is painted on board.  It is framed in a gold frame. I added an additional photo of the piece in the gallery.  Patrick says of his earth pigment series:

“The earth pigment and the oil was a project I had in mind to gather pigments from across the Navajo nation.  I would be incorporating Navajo traditional sandpainting with my background of painting.  I was also interested in the tradtiional European paintings where they used earth pigments combined with oil paint.  I put all three ideas together and this allowed for further exploration of the pigment itself.  The pigments provided both texture and transperancy in the art.”

Patrick says of his work in his artist statement:

“My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.”

$ 2,500.00
Hubbell, Patrick Dean – “Just on the Horizon” Oil & Earth Pigments

Patrick Dean Hubbell is a dynamic painter who incorporates earth pigments and oil to create his paintings.  This painting, entitled, “Just on the Horizon”, combines oil and natural earth pigments on canvas.  The earth pigments are all gathered by Patrick from the Navajo reservation.  This painting has a horizon line of pigments across the bottom and the upper part has a geometric, almost rug-like pattern.  I added an additional photo of the piece in the gallery along with a close-up of the texture.  Patrick says of his earth pigment series:

“The earth pigment and the oil was a project I had in mind to gather pigments from across the Navajo nation.  I would be incorporating Navajo traditional sandpainting with my background of painting.  I was also interested in the tradtiional European paintings where they used earth pigments combined with oil paint.  I put all three ideas together and this allowed for further exploration of the pigment itself.  The pigments provided both texture and transperancy in the art.”

Patrick says of his work in his artist statement:

“My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.”

$ 3,400.00
Hubbell, Patrick Dean – “I See Your Love in the Distant Horizon” Oil & Earth Pigments

Patrick Dean Hubbell is a dynamic painter who incorporates earth pigments and oil to create his paintings.  This painting, entitled, “I See Your Love in the Distant Horizon”, combines oil and natural earth pigments on a wood panel.  The earth pigments are all gathered by Patrick from the Navajo reservation.  This painting has a horizon line of pigments across the bottom and it is painted on board.  It is framed in a gold frame. I added an additional photo of the piece in the gallery.  Patrick says of his earth pigment series:

“The earth pigment and the oil was a project I had in mind to gather pigments from across the Navajo nation.  I would be incorporating Navajo traditional sandpainting with my background of painting.  I was also interested in the tradtiional European paintings where they used earth pigments combined with oil paint.  I put all three ideas together and this allowed for further exploration of the pigment itself.  The pigments provided both texture and transperancy in the art.”

Patrick says of his work in his artist statement:

“My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.”

$ 2,500.00
Hubbell, Patrick Dean – “Stars on the Horizon” Oil & Earth Pigments

Patrick Dean Hubbell is a dynamic painter who incorporates earth pigments and oil to create his paintings.  This painting, entitled, “Stars on the Horizon”, combines oil and natural earth pigments on canvas.  The earth pigments are all gathered by Patrick from the Navajo reservation.  This painting has a horizon line of pigments across the bottom and the upper part has stars a the design.  I added an additional photo of the piece in the gallery.  There are two additional close up photos just to show the actual texture of this piece, which is quite exceptional.   Patrick says of his earth pigment series:

“The earth pigment and the oil was a project I had in mind to gather pigments from across the Navajo nation.  I would be incorporating Navajo traditional sandpainting with my background of painting.  I was also interested in the tradtiional European paintings where they used earth pigments combined with oil paint.  I put all three ideas together and this allowed for further exploration of the pigment itself.  The pigments provided both texture and transperancy in the art.”

Patrick says of his work in his artist statement:

“My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.”

$ 8,000.00
Hubbell, Patrick Dean – “That Which Takes up Space” Acrylic on Canvas

Patrick Dean Hubbell is a dynamic painter who often incorporates earth pigments and oil to create his paintings.  This painting, entitled, “That Which Takes Up Space”, which is acrylic on canvas.  I added an additional photo of the piece in the gallery.  Patrick says of his earth pigment series:

“The work has representation of stars.  It references the stars and different elements of nature.  This piece has a design element which is placed into an atmospheric space.  Later they would focus more on the abstract line taking up the canvas.  They are primarily black and white because of my own aesthetic.”

Patrick says of his work in his artist statement:

“My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.”

$ 4,800.00
Hubbell, Patrick Dean – “Almost a Portrait No. 50” Oil on Canvas

Patrick Dean Hubbell is a dynamic painter who often incorporates earth pigments and oil to create his paintings.  This painting, entitled, “Almost a Portrait No. 50”, and it is oil on canvas.  Patrick says of his “Almost a Portrait” series:

The series, “Almost a Portrait”, reminiscent of using historic black and white photos of Native Americans.  In my thinking it was to create the “next great American Indian portrait”, but not quite, since not a full portrait.  It abstracts the figure so you focus on the color and jewelry, not just the person.  It allows the abstract personality to come out. “

Patrick says of his work in his artist statement:

“My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.”

$ 3,200.00
Hubbell, Patrick Dean – “Almost a Portrait No. 51” Oil on Panel

Patrick Dean Hubbell is a dynamic painter who often incorporates earth pigments and oil to create his paintings.  This painting, entitled, “Almost a Portrait No. 51”, and it is oil on panel.  It is framed in a gold frame.  Patrick says of his “Almost a Portrait” series:

The series, “Almost a Portrait”, reminiscent of using historic black and white photos of Native Americans.  In my thinking it was to create the “next great American Indian portrait”, but not quite, since not a full portrait.  It abstracts the figure so you focus on the color and jewelry, not just the person.  It allows the abstract personality to come out. “

Patrick says of his work in his artist statement:

“My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.”

$ 1,800.00
Hubbell, Patrick Dean – “Almost a Portrait No. 55” Oil on Canvas

Patrick Dean Hubbell is a dynamic painter who often incorporates earth pigments and oil to create his paintings.  This painting, entitled, “Almost a Portrait No. 55”, and it is oil on canvas.    Here the focus is on the Navajo blanket and age of the elder in the painting.  Patrick says of his “Almost a Portrait” series:

The series, “Almost a Portrait”, reminiscent of using historic black and white photos of Native Americans.  In my thinking it was to create the “next great American Indian portrait”, but not quite, since not a full portrait.  It abstracts the figure so you focus on the color and jewelry, not just the person.  It allows the abstract personality to come out. “

Patrick says of his work in his artist statement:

“My work is an investigation of identity. I am drawn to the subtle questioning of this examination. I find inspiration in everything and I use various themes rooted in the correlation and the conflict of both my Native American and Contemporary mindset. I am equally interested in the abstract qualities of expression as well as representational imagery. Using nature, stories, philosophies, and abstract representations, I am able to depict this existence of identity. My work includes the use of bold and vibrant colors, combined with the integration of various elements of design, and a multitude of line quality and expressive mark making that often mimics what nature provides. These elements allow me to create my own aesthetic value in which reflect a personal experience of memory, physical, mental, and spiritual instances from life. The expressive personality of my work allows the viewer a momentary visual experience.”

$ 3,200.00
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