Artist in Residence

Audio Recording Artist

Composer, Bill Pfaff recording sounds from an historic cash register. 2012

Become an Artist in Residence!

The Hubbell Trading Post and Navajo Nation landscapes will inspire you to paint, draw, photograph or write while living in a historic, fully furnished stone hogan. The Hubbell Artist in Residence Program allows creative professionals a place to stay while working on special projects. Consider joining us for one or two weeks to create art. Applications are accepted each December for the following year. Open the attached information and application files to begin your participation in the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site Artist in Residence Program.

AIR INFORMATION

AIR APPLICATION

 

Artists Participating in 2015

Barbara Fedeler, Drawing/Painting, February 22-March 8, 2015

Bill Meek and Denneen Peterson, Quilting/Fiber Arts, April 13-27, 2015

Christina Heinle, Photography, May 16-23, 2015

Evelyn Christian, Watercolor, May 31-June 13, 2015

Donna Sakamoto Crispin, Visual Fiber Art, June 16-30, 2015

Peggy Marlatt, Plein Air Pastel Landscape, July 18-August 1, 2015

Carol V. Davis, Poetry, August 3-10, 2015

Paula Scott, Mixed Media, August 21-September 4, 2015

Vanessa Compton, Hand-cut Collage, November 15-30, 2015

We welcome these artists to Hubbell Trading Post NHS with great enthusiasm. Please visit with them when you come to Hubbell. For more information on how to become an Artist-In-Residence, please call (928) 755-3475.

 

AIR artwork created at Hubbell Trading Post NHS.

 
HUTR 28612

"The Bunkhouse", by William Matthews. Watercolor on paper.

 
HUTR 28613

"Hubbell's Summer Porch", by Mishael Magarian. Acrylic on canvas.

 
HUTR 28727

"Tombstone", by Jeff Hubbell. Oil on board.

 
HUTR 28726

"The Barn", by Hank Miller. Color photographic print on paper.

 
Ram and rug.

"Sheep Is Life", by JoAnne Doshier. Watercolor on paper.

 
HUTR 28728

"Gazebo", by Lindsay Rose Olson. Sepia toned photographic print on paper.

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