Ceramic Vase . Stoneware and Glaze 13” x 9”. 2016.

Ceramic Vase. Stoneware and Glaze 13” x 9”. 2016.

Black & White Ceramic Vase . Stoneware and Glaze. 13” x 9”. 2017

Black & White Ceramic Vase. Stoneware and Glaze. 13” x 9”. 2017

Large Ceramic Vase , Stoneware and Glaze. 15” x 11”. 2017.

Large Ceramic Vase, Stoneware and Glaze. 15” x 11”. 2017.

White Floral Ceramic Vase , Stoneware and Glaze. 13” x 9”. 2016.

White Floral Ceramic Vase, Stoneware and Glaze. 13” x 9”. 2016.

Elijah . Stoneware and Glaze. 19” x 13”. 2016.

Elijah. Stoneware and Glaze. 19” x 13”. 2016.

Fall Foliage,  Chalk on Paper. 11” x 14” (unframed). 2015.

Fall Foliage, Chalk on Paper. 11” x 14” (unframed). 2015.

Greek Column,  Pencil Colors on Paper. 11” x 14” (unframed). 2015.

Greek Column, Pencil Colors on Paper. 11” x 14” (unframed). 2015.

Catching Raindrops in Glass,  Chine Colle Monotype Printmaking. 11” x 14” (unframed). 2015.

Catching Raindrops in Glass, Chine Colle Monotype Printmaking. 11” x 14” (unframed). 2015.

Resurrection,  Monotype and Lithograph Printmaking. 11 “ x 14” (unframed). 2015.

Resurrection, Monotype and Lithograph Printmaking. 11 “ x 14” (unframed). 2015.

J.S. Herbert

As an artist, the process of creating art work is just as important to me as the work of art and the media I am working with. The work of art is the end product of a conversation that I have with my material and the process of making. This conversation is important to me as it becomes not only a way for me to evolve as an artist but it connects me with my work on a spiritual level. The entire process of creating art work is a continuous learning experience, which involves learning about the relationship between the production of art and how it relates to my philosophy of life and faith.

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