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Annals of Lasting Beauty

1 | 2 | 2020

by Peter Jensen Ambiguity may be the theme of this issue of Hidden Leaves, but leaving things open to interpretation is no way to catalog… View Article

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Whirlwind of Premieres Welcomes New Hubbell Film

12 | 16 | 2019

A flight from New York to San Diego gives one plenty of time to review the events of the past few days—heck, the past 15… View Article

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When “Opera” Echoed Off The Hills

12 | 16 | 2019

By Rebecca Morales, Ph.D. Inspired by a famous myth, James Hubbell wrote “Queen Califia’s Pilgrimage,” a short poem we published in a 2018 issue of… View Article

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Chapel at Ilan-Lael

12 | 16 | 2019

In July 2009, James Hubbell and a group of 13 students joined together to build a Chapel at Ilan-Lael.  Christened the Chapel/Quiet Space, this open… View Article

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A Space for conversation and Friendship…

4 | 8 | 2019

In which to explore the role of art as a bridge for peaceful exchanges The new Ilan-Lael Center, designed as two embracing arms welcoming visitors… View Article

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Breaking Into Beauty

11 | 21 | 2018

by Peter Jensen Whether covering a dusty floor in a Popeian or Delosian palace, adorning a welcoming gate in a modern coastal city of San… View Article

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Pacific Rim Park: the Philippines

5 | 1 | 2009

The fifth Pacific Rim Park was ushered into the world in May of 2009.  The Salinlahi Park of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines is the gateway… View Article

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Ilan-Lael Capital Campaign Kick-Off

8 | 31 | 2008

Acclaimed woodworker Sam Maloof, architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg and artist and architectural designer James Hubbell were honored at “An Evening of American Masters”, a benefit… View Article

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