k a r e n  e l i z a b e t h  b a k e r  
Da Babi'i appears as visual rhetoric in this new work that explores the juxtaposition of tropical modern Hawai'i, established in the boom of Honolulu between 1950 and 1970 when modernism was the dominant architecture, with the traditional Hawai'ian culture of Aloha.
The Baby, Baker's visual rhetoric, appears here in the guise of tourist in the narrative of the family vacation.

The Baby desert portraits. 

Alternative energy windmills in Palm Springs California. 
Mojave Desert Landscapes.
Portraits of Mel Haber and staff at Melvyn's in Palm Springs.
Environmental family portraits.