Ribbon cutting

The Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce (RFCC) Bay Blazers and staff were joined by guests recently to celebrate a ribbon cutting for Elisa Baker Art.

For the past year, Elisa Baker Art has charmed Rockport residents and visitors. She is excited to announce she has recently moved from her location at 1010 E. Wharf St. to a larger studio/gallery at 404 S. Austin St.

Elisa has been an art enthusiast her entire life. Inspired by her photographic images and invoking a technique of the Renaissance masters, sfumato, she conceived a fascinating art form. Her originality in capturing moments in time combines with her love of storytelling to create unique art pieces that her collectors and new customers love.

“She makes me fall in love with the natural world and awakens my desire to appreciate its beauty,” one of her collectors said.

Customers have described her work as ethereal, striking and colorful. Elisa, along with her husband Mike, have expanded her beautiful artwork into decorative functional pieces for the home. Her original art is also available as custom murals to fit a customer’s home decor.

Elisa and Mike have shown her art in multiple Texas locations and her work is a top seller at Kingfisher Gallery on South Padre Island.

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