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"Lost and Found", MTA Arts for Transit Commission, Hempstead, NY
Re-Collection Series,
Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City,

Baron’s commissions focus primarily on creating art for public spaces ranging from airports, train stations,  stadiums, libraries and community centers. His work develops around themes that are site-specific; reflecting the ethos and geneology of the local community, culture and history.   

Baron's sculptures are composed of an amalgamation of repurposed objects that are layered and stacked to create forms that suggest vessels, monoliths, trophies, archeological digs, earth-strata and seating elements.

After a long hiatus Baron has returned to working in clay extensively. His current body of work explores grief, loss and anger associated with a family tragedy. 

Baron has completed over a dozen site specific installations. Some of the highlights include "Birds" commissioned by the Public Art Fund in NYC on the Hudson River, "Tower of Time" commissioned by the Brooklyn Public Library main branch and "Weekend Warrior" commissioned by Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, NY.

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