Archival and Current Exhibitions of Hyacinthe's art.
Paintings, prints, sculpture, fashions, home furnishings, published books
and ART GICLEE PRINTS BY HYACINTHE,
limited edition, signed and numbered,
hand touched giclee reproductions on canvas
affordable and available.
The Barons look forward to sharing their historic art journey
with devotees and collectors of Hyacinthe's art.
The Barons created a history
of Hyacinthe and Baron Art Galleries in major art centers nationwide.
Port Washington, New York, Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA.,
Laguna Beach, CA, Madison Avenue, NYC., Scottsdale, Az. San Francisco, CA,
El Paseo, Palm Desert, CA., The Drawing Room Gallery in the Gaslamp, San Diego, CA.
and the Baron Conservancy in Wonder Valley, CA.
Atelier Baron in New York City where they founded the handpainting fashion
and home furnishings business (chronicled in the New York Times in 1980.)
The House of Hyacinthe in San Francisco.
The Baron's have settled in Palm Springs, CA.
chronicling their life together which includes four sons: and 9 grandchildren
The Art Mystery Series of novels involve art, are based on real adventures, 98% true
and the rest is Hyacinthe's artistic imagination.
Currently published and under option for films are
"Lavender in Laguna", "Burnt Sienna in Scottsdale" and "Hooker's Green in New York".
Available from www.barnesandnoble.com(may be ordered from Ingram by the stores)
To read excerpts and synopsis visit http/:www.amazon.com/ Hyacinthe Baron
Visit http://www/sablepublishing.com for more titles and art covers
The BARON CONSERVANCY ART EARTHSCAPE, a green project, a Work in Progress,
an ongoing series of unusual sculptural structures
Forthcoming are a series of suites of drawings, paintings and etchings
from Hyacinthe Kuller Baron in a collection
which will be made available for purchase to collectors,
galleries and museum collections.
View the trailer for the art film short:
IN SEARCH OF ANCIENT SPIRITS
directed by Hyacinthe and produced by Ed Baron.
Featuring monumental sculptures
and more of Hyacinthe’s work and poetry.
Read the script of the narration.
The 15 minute short film is currently in the permanent collection at the New Detroit Museum
and entered in film showcases world wide
including the Palm Springs, CA Short Film Festival
and the Whitney Bienniale.
At Baron Gallery there is always something going on,
new ideas, new creations, new activities
and most of all the record of the imaginative acts
of one of the most creative minds of our century.
“Hyacinthe is not only one of the best draftsman I have met
she is also one the most creative artists. Anything she touches turns to art.”
“Thanks to Hyacinthe for freeing me to express my lines
and bring my characters to life in my “Bag One” suite.” John Lennon