Patricia LeBon Herb
is an artist and poet who lives in Middlebury, Vermont. Her poems have been featured on Larry Robinson's poetry lovers online forum and in Borders in Globalization Review vol. 1, no 2 and she was a keynote speaker on Verbal Onslaught, Middlebury College's monthly spoken word event. She has exhibited at the National Association of Women Artists Gallery in New York City; Johnson Memorial Gallery, Middlebury College; Walk Over Gallery and Art on Main in Bristol, VT; Champlain Maritime Museum; Fletcher Allen Hospital and the Maltex Building in Burlington, VT. Alexander Twilight Scholars Charlotte Pierce-Baker and Houston Baker have a large collection of her paintings. She was a local curator of fine art in Middlebury and a judge for the fall 2010 Woodlands Native American art exhibition in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Her artwork has been reproduced on the cover of books published by Oxford University Press and Rowman & Littlefield as well as on posters for the International Film Festival at Middlebury College, Addison County Humane Society, and WomenSafe. She is currently working on an art-book with prose, poetry, essays, and illustrations about her Native American heritage. Patricia is of Belgian and Anishinaabe descent and an enrolled member of the Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.
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