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Hi, I'm Bailey!

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I'm a Massachusetts-based artist living the MA/NH border with my husband, daughter, and kitty. After graduating from St. Lawrence University in 2015, I pursued a corporate career while always managing to keep my true passion a part of my life - creating. After five years of climbing that corporate ladder, I decided the time was ripe to gear things up and pursue my dream full-time.

 

I'm fascinated by the world around me - the places I've been, the places I dream to visit. I was lucky enough to study art with the University of Georgia in Cortona, Italy in 2014, and I long to return to the Tuscan hills. While the Adirondack mountains will always have my heart, I'm finding inspiration in my surroundings everyday.

I've been creating for as long as I can remember, and there's never been a point in my life where I wasn't calmed by the idea of a pencil or paintbrush dancing across a page. I've constantly struggled with my artistic identity, feeling that I should choose a medium, a subject, or a style. The reality is that I'm not ready to, I prefer to follow my heart, my hands, my mind, the rhythm of my creative. And that's a thing that can't be boxed in.

My art is fueled by my experiences; the stunning views and the fiery moments that surround us often tell a vibrant story if you only take the time to view them. I strive to showcase these experiences in my works, and to challenge those around me to feel them.

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Artist Press and CV

2023

Winter - Badass Women Collaborative Exhibit with Fatemeh Askarinejad, Timothy McHenry Gallery Oswego, NY

2022

Winter - Badass Women Collaborative Exhibit with Fatemeh Askarinejad, BluSeed Gallery, Saranac Lake, NY

2021

Spring - BLM + SLU: Moving Forward, Brush Gallery, Virtual Exhibition

 

2015

Winter - La Mostra, Lamar Dodd, Athens, GA 

2014

Spring - La Mostra, Palazzo Vagnotti, Cortona, IT

Spring - The Women of Salisbury Exhibition, Tremaine Gallery, Salisbury, CT

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