Represented by Peters Projects
Patrick Dean Hubbell is Dine' (Navajo). He is originally from Navajo, New Mexico, located near the Northeast region of the Arizona/New Mexico border of the Navajo Nation. After he received his Bachelors of Fine Art in Painting and Drawing at the Arizona State University, Patrick Dean Hubbell moved back to his family tribal land where he resides and works near Window Rock, Arizona which is the capital of Navajo Nation.
Working primarily in acrylic and often in oils, the artist finds inspiration in everything surrounding landscape and various themes rooted in the correlation in his Native American traditions and contemporary lifestyle.
His work includes the use of bold, black and white to vibrant colors, combined with various elements of design, line qualities and expressive mark making inspired by the fluidity in nature and the historic four directional cross which is symbolic. Patrick Dean Hubbell’s ancestry comes from a line of weavers who are inspired by a long history of integrity in abstraction from the Ganado style region.
Artist will be in attendance for Fake Indians & False Narratives: Panel Discussion on Commodifying Culture to Sell Contemporary Art, to be held Friday, August 18, 2017 at 3:30pm.
For inquiries, please contact Eileen Braziel, Director, email@example.com, (505)-954-5801