We cordially invite you to join us for our FREE Artists Discussions Series
Artists Guild and Liberty Station artists are encouraged to bring artwork to present to the audience during the first hour. This is an excellent opportunity to network with other artists and view each other’s works.
Master Artist Hyacinthe Kuller Baron is a contemporary American Woman with works in the Smithsonian, and many other museums, corporate and celebrity collections. A contemporary of the New York School of Artists, Marcel Duchamp called her “A genius draftsman.” She taught John Lennon to create his suite Bag One. She produced hundreds of limited edition original signed and numbered lithographs that sold at art auctions and art galleries world-wide. Hyacinthe conducts Drawing and Painting Workshops based on her published books Seeking The Silent Stranger, Drawing Your Way into the Deeper Self, and Creativity. Her sense of movement is captured with only the essential lines and inferred sense of form. The light and trade washes are the trademark of Master Artist Hyacinthe Kuller Baron whose influences have been Marcel Duchamp, Michelangelo and Raphael. Now 80 years of age, she creates new collections of works, incorporating sculpture and painting in her studio at the Studio Door in North Park, San Diego. For more information, please visit http://hyacinthebaron.com or www.barongallery.com
All meetings are free-of-charge, however, reservations are required.
The Artists Guild is the oldest Support Council of The San Diego Museum of Art – www. sdmart.org.