APSARAS

Apsaras are beautiful, supernatural female beings that embody all aspects of femininity. Just as the apsara is said to be able to change shape at will, she has been present in Hyacinthe's work through the ages taking on different faces within sculptures and bas relief artworks.

NEW WORKS

Untitled • Bas Relief /Mixed Media • 38" x 18"
Untitled • Bas Relief /Mixed Media • 48" x 39"
Untitled • Bas Relief /Mixed Media • 36" x 24"
Untitled • Bas Relief /Mixed Media • 26" x 18"
Untitled • Charcoal Sketch • 25" x 19"

SCULPTURES

These Aspara sculptures were created in the 1980's in the Bay Area.
Lotus Keeper • Sculpture 1994 Clay, oxides, fiberglass, epoxy resins, bronze casting with epoxy resin patina 5' x 4' Stanton Beach, CA
Mother Earth • Sculpture 1990 Maquette: plaster, acrylic polymer paints, fiberglass fabrics, epoxy resins 6'5" x 6'3" Joshua Tree National Monument, Wonder Valley
The Surfers Monument • Sculpture 1992 Clay, fiberglass and epoxy resins 5' 3" Huntington Beach Public Beach Park
Lotus Keeper • Sculpture 1994 Clay, oxides, fiberglass, epoxy resins, bronze casting with epoxy resin patina 5' x 4' Stanton Beach, CA
Untitled • Sculpture
Untitled • Sculpture

PAINTINGS & SKETCHES

Apsara as a theme within Hyacinthe's body of work is represented here with a small sampling of Motherhood, Womanhood and Cassandra works. More of Hyacinthe's past works can be seen at BaronGallery.com.

Past works are available as reproductions. Contact Hyacinthe for more details.

What Happened To All My Dreams? 2' x 3' Oil on Canvas
Cassandra...Aspara Aspect 3' x 4' Mixed Media, Metallics, Marble Dust
Three Women With Flowers 3' x 4' Oil on Canvas, Metallic Gold and Silver
Untitled • Sketch
Golden Headband 3' x 4' Acrylic and Oil on Canvas, Earth tones
Behold A Woman Original limited edition of 175 on arches archival and signed in pencil
Untitled • Sketch
Untitled • Sketch
Motherhood (Rare) Handprinted Artists Proof Burnt Sienna Oil * Only a few rendered out of 5 AP's and edition of 175

Come be My Love
A favorite of Marilyn Monroe and Jacqueline Kennedy.

As Long As The Heart Can Feel
Original limited edition of 175

1963 gallery postcard