Monday, March 5, 2018

Palm Boats

Vessel Series

Seek the eternal in the present,
Seek the past and the future,
Link them with the direction of your course,
For you are
You are, 
You are the vessel.

Palm Boats

The Palm Boats utilize natural materials, and each one is as unique as nature. 
I was inspired to make them after creating an elephant from a palm leaf trunk awhile back. Coco palms are quite benevolent plants. In the past they were used for many things. I noticed the beautiful pods, which produce growing coconuts and thought to create canoes out of them. One thing led to another, so now there are an array of sailing vessels... 'dream vessels' perhaps...

Sails are made with linen flax, bark, cotton and/or indigo dyed handmade paper. Perota wood oiled with linseed create a foundation for most of them. Additional rocks, shells, stems, pods, wooden buttons, seaweed, willow, jute, waxed thread or small driftwood pieces may be used.

Available now in Todos Santos 2018

Waiting boats...

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Saturday, December 2, 2017

New works in Encaustic and Oil

Yes, I have been busy with life and art this year!
Haven't blog posted in awhile so will add some new work here...

These pieces will be available during the 
Open Studio's Art Tour
February 2018

A Map to Hidden Treasure
A Landscape with Memories
El Campo con Viento
Mirror of Energy

Monday, August 21, 2017

ART Exhibition August-September 2017

I was invited to participate in an exhibition at Gallery Route One in Point Reyes, California.
My piece used part of a box that was given to all artists to create a unique piece with.

Coastal Trees in Encaustic
Turning back to Nature
In the Layers is a Key.
Window to Portals of Timelessness.
Arbor as Protection and Grace.
Delta Veins running in Patterns of Form.
A Living Sculpture Evolving Toward Itself.

Encaustic Medium with Photograph and Mixed Media                                    Laurie Pearce Bauer,   August 2017

iPhone shot in the gallery              Laurie Pearce Bauer   August 2017

Friday, June 30, 2017

New Book Cover

Helped a friend with make a book cover for her new book. 
She wanted something to represent living in Mexico, 
in an art town like Todos Santos. Just published!

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Inside & Outside - La Galeria de Todos Santos

This agave has so much personality.
It lives just outside a gallery,
perhaps that's why it has such artistic form?
This photographic image looks very much like a painting...


Sunday, October 30, 2016

Valle de los Cirios

On the Road South - In the Morning Light

Valle de los Cirios

The Valley of the Candles is a Protected Area of Flora and Fauna in the municipality of Ensenada in Baja California, Mexico. This site was declared a protected natural area on 2 June 1980. With its 2,521,776 hectares (9,736.63 sq mi), is the area of Plant Protection and largest of Mexico Fauna, the second protected natural area of Mexico for full extension behind only El Vizcaino, but the largest in land area and one of the largest protected natural areas in the world.
It is characterized by scrub and desert landscapes associated with large nuclei candles. Unlike popular belief, this is not a bleak scenario, but an area with a large conservation and integrity, defined by its high level of endemism, which includes abundant concentrations of cacti, reptiles and large mammals. The Valley of the Cirios is since 2004 in the Tentative List of Mexico, to be named World Heritage Site.