Leticia Bajuyo's sculptures and installations have been exhibited nationally in recent solo exhibitions at the Beeville Art Museum in Beeville, Texas; Hall Art Gallery at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi; the Rudolph Blume Fine Art Gallery in Houston, TX; and K Space Contemporary in Corpus Christi, Texas. Recent international exhibitions include FRAME OF MIND 2016, a Northern Mindanao Contemporary Art exhibit in Mindanao, Philippines and the 2015 IV International From Waste to Art Exhibition at the From Waste to Art Museum in Baku, Azerbaijan. Bajuyo's large-scale, site-specific art installations include creating artwork in the silos of the Site Gallery at Sawyer Yards in Houston, Texas; at the Nashville International Airport in Tennessee; and in the Tony Hillerman Library in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
In addition to exhibitions of her individual artwork, Bajuyo is a member of Project Vortex - an international not-for-profit collective of artists, designers and architects actively focusing on the global problem of plastic pollution through our work. Furthermore, she one of six artists in the Land Report Collective - a group artists in Wyoming, Tennessee, and Texas who create and exhibit artworks together as they deal with landscape in fundamental ways and as a foundational reference point. Bajuyo is also a member of ENID: Generations of Women Sculptors, a collective of female sculptors who gather and exhibit in respect of Louisville native and recognized sculptor Enid Yandell (1869-1934). Additionally, Bajuyo serves on the Board of Trustees for the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance and is a member of the Board for the Texas Sculpture Group.
A recipient of Hanover College's Daryl R. Karns Award For Scholarly And Creative Activity, a Great Meadows Foundation Professional Development Grant recipient, and a Visual Artists Network Exhibition residency and grant recipient, Bajuyo received her M.F.A. in 2001 from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and her B.F.A. in 1998 from the University of Notre Dame. Beginning fall 2017, Bajuyo joined the faculty at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi as an Assistant Professor of Sculpture. Prior to this professorship in Texas, she served as a Visiting Assistant Professor in Sculpture at the University of Notre Dame and Professor of Art at Hanover College.