James Hubbell is an artist who is connected to nature and his inner dreams which he expresses through architecture and art. He sculpts one-of-a-kind living environments from natural materials that provide shelter and inspiration for those who wish to live in harmony with nature. For more than 50 years he has given the world an inspiring vision of nature as expressed in mosaic, stained glass, wood carving, metal shapes, sculpted concrete, patterned brickwork and stone. His art and architecture has been embodied in homes, schools, gardens, pavillions, nature centers, monasteries, museums, and peace parks around the world. His is the founder and guiding light of the Ilan-Lael Foundation.
For a more complete list of James’s career, view his resume.
Where to See James Hubbell’s Public Art
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James Hubbell’s public art is available to visit in many areas throughout San Diego County, Baja Mexico, and the West Coast.
…in Central San Diego
…in East and North County
…on the West Coast
…in Baja California, Mexico