“THE HOUSE OF HYACINTHE”
Documentary film about the life of artist Hyacinthe Baron
Directed, Edited and Filmed by Holly Jane Sutor | Mind Crush Productions

COLLECTORS

Elizabeth Taylor | Jacqueline Onassis | Marilyn Monroe | Martha Raye | Joan Lunden
Princess Lee Radziwill | Princess Luciana Pignatelli | Princess Rispigliosi | Jack Benny Fred de Cordova | Diana Ross
John Lennon | Jane Russell | Hal Linden | Malcomb Forbes Rod McKuen | Joan Crawford | Charles Mingus
Ambassador and Mrs. Bartle Bull Lady Slim Keith | Gloria Guiness | Louise Nevelson | Jim Brown | Xavier Cugat Allen Ginsberg
Jack Kerouac | Jackson Pollack | Wilhelm DeKooning | Franz Kline Marcel Duchamp | Peter Yarrow
Diane Carroll | Judy Collins | Lena Horne Maude Adams | Chris Evert | Leonard Sillman | Halston | Charles James
Christian Dior Oscar De La Renta | Mary McFadden | Givenchy | Smithsonian Institution | Lynton Kistler Collection
Huntington Hartford Museum | Concord Museum | Sun City Art Museum San Diego Center for the Blind
San Francisco Arts Commission Collection Vincent Price Collection | Ford Motor Company, Corporate Collection
IBM Corporation, Corporate Collection | Beatrice Foods | Boy’s Town of Italy

GREEK GODS COLLECTION

Click the image below to view the 2021 collection of paintings by Hyacinthe and select collaborating artists.

Hyacinthe Kuller Baron is an American Master Artist. For more than 60 years, Hyacinthe has worn the mantle of being a Creative; painter, sculptor, fashion designer, author, poet, interior designer, printmaker and mentor ,are just a few of the titles applied to her talents. She gained international success with her Motherhood, Childhood and Sisterhood artworks in the late 60’s, which were collected by the biggest celebrities of the 20th Century. Her artwork is included in the Smithsonian Collection. She was the first woman to have her own art gallery on Madison Avenue in New York City and she launched the hand-painted fashion industry of the 80’s and shared her stories has a prolific writer. With unlimited energy at these later years of her life, Hyacinthe has begun to focus on her final body of work that she hopes will continue to define her legacy.

Hyacinthe developed the “Making Your Mark” technique and lectured and taught even the blind to draw. 

Today Hyacinthe’s contemporary images of women, and mothers and children stand as icons of modern artistic expression of the beauty of the female spirit.

“I have tried all my life to use art to express beauty, the beauty of the human spirit”

Hyacinthe Kuller Baron