BakerLegacy.com

The virtual home of Artist Davd Curtis Baker

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Judy@bakerlegacy.com

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"Of all my super goods and bads

None are my responsibility

except a conscience

I've always had."  David C Baker

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Looking all over the internet for a home for David C Baker? This is it!


Here's where you can learn about his career, his history, how he invented a painting technique that he called Vitreous Flux, and where you'll see slides of various events or his work, and a preview of the documentary, "See What's Whispered: The Legacy of Artist David C Baker."  You can purchase the movie and the few copies left of his poetry book too.


You can read selections from his witty poetry book, Blue Tarp. There are even poems written about David from his friends. Feel free to email me with your questions, stories related to knowing David, poems and pictures. I'll post them here for you or on the David Curtis Baker facebook page.  facebook.com/david.c.baker.50


David didn't just live in the community of the White Mountains in New Hampshire. He contributed to its growth by mentoring and befriending anyone who wanted to show up on his doorstep.  He let his house be the gathering place for art, music, and poetry. Hundreds of people considered themselves to be his best friend, just like I did.

David passed on in 1999. As his friend, I am carrying his torch via the production of the documentary, connecting others via the facebook link and through this website.


This site is for YOU, the curous web surfer, art collector, neighbor, friend, family member, musician, poet, and artist. Celebrate the spirit of love, art, and community that lives on right here! Feel free to contact me, Judy Faust. If you have a question perhaps I can help.

I am the producer and owner of Connect Your Stories Video Productions in Massachusetts.  This site has just been reborn and will

have many additions from time to time. Welcome!


David painting in his studio which was downstairs in his gallery on Rt.16, Jackson, NH. His house was just a short distance, located on the same property.