Head Honcha

One Of A Kind Sculpures
Hand Crafted By La Baja Sirena

La Artista

In 2013 I moved to Baja California help support my grandmother. I found myself at a major crossroads in my adult life. My children were pretty much grown, I was divorced, and had suffered some very challenging times in my personal life before my divorce of my 2nd husband. I moved to baja very unexpectedly as opportunities arose. I took a leap of faith.My time spent living in baja has been a personal journey that is hard to put into words. I spent the 1st year or 2 doing some extreme self reflection. I’ve always had a passion for decor and interior design, often staging homes for real estate brokers and my family and friends. Read More..

El Arte

In Mexico the bull head, or vacas as we call them, are a common staple in decor. They are especially common in the Baja valley wine country. I love that region because it reminds me so much of my home in Sonoma County. After picking grapes and exploring a particular vineyard, I found some Vacas to be abandoned around the ranches. I took one home, cleaned and sterilized it then I just went to work on my 1st piece of work. Taking these discarded pieces of natural history and transforming them into pieces of art gave me such a feeling of accomplishment, honor, and purpose.
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