James Hubbell’s Work

“Through art we may break the shell and allow the real world to influence us.”

“It is my belief that we are passing through a gate from one age to another perhaps more profound than the changes medieval man faced with the rising of Humanism and the age we call the Renaissance. We have spent the last five hundred years trying to understand the world by dividing it into parts. We are now at the task of putting our world back together. We are seeking a vision of a whole world, with ourselves as part of the whole.”—James Hubbell

James Hubbell in his studio. Photo by John Durant

Why Sculpture? In Search of Shadows

Photo by John Durant The offer by the Oceanside Museum of Art to put up a show on sculpture was a chance to explore that… View Article

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What Must Be Hidden

Paintings, drawings, and sculptures form an exhibit of James Hubbell’s work held at one of La Jolla’s most beautiful venues—the library gallery at St. James by-the-Sea church.

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Mission San Diego de Alcala

James began sculpting for Mission San Diego de Alcala in 1974 when architect Al Massey introduced him to Monsignor I. Brent Eagan, the Mission’s pastor…. View Article

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Following The Line

This 2013 exhbition held at the Santa Ysabel Gallery in Santa Ysabel, CA featured pen and ink, some with watercolors, by James Hubbell

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Colonia Esperanza School

“I hope it will help the children to understand that it is a wonderful thing to be alive and to be human and to care.”… View Article

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The Sea Ranch Chapel

The Sea Ranch Chapel came about (as these things often do) through friends of a friend coming into contact with the artist at the perfect… View Article

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Doors of Abu Dhabi

The doors of Abu Dhabi connect the small mountain studio in Southern California all the way across oceans, cultures, worlds, to a United Arab Emirates… View Article

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