About Scott Bailey

Sott Bailey’s work has for years dealt, overtly or peripherally, with his changing relationship to the landscape. He continually investigates the world around him through bodies of work that highlight political and social forces acting upon the earth, the contemporary technology that we use to understand and define it, and metaphorical connections present in the processes of painting itself. With the landscape as a central motif, he searches for visceral expressions of the challenge to remain fully human in a world simultaneously augmented and corrupted by technology.

bailey_homeWhile predominately a painter, Bailey has created work in a variety of media, including sculpture, video, installation, and digital media. Forms, imagery, styles, and technology may change, but the quality of the handmade, aesthetic object remains constant: even after utilizing the most contemporary technologies to obtain source imagery, it is the physical, human contact with the materials that keeps him grounded.

Bailey has held solo exhibitions in the U.S., Japan, Italy, Egypt, and South Africa, and his work has been critically recognized in a variety of national and international publications. He works also as a writer, curator, and educator who has written as the Seattle corresponding editor for Contemporary Magazine (London) and currently serves as the head of the Art Department at Wenatchee Valley College, in Washington. His work draws heavily on his experiences of living in Italy, Japan, and Egypt, and having traveled to more than 50 countries.

See more of Scott Bailey’s work at www.sbailey.us.


The Digital Frontier by Scott Bailey
Enter the ARTerrain Gallery


All images in this ARTerrain Gallery are copyright © by Scott Bailey. All rights reserved. No work may be used or reproduced without express written consent of the artist.

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  1. Allen Braden

    I’ve seen Scott Bailey’s work before but these groupings serve to galvanize my awe and admiration…how he can imply and trick the eye with images that, from a distance, look like something from the bottom of the ocean or a sprinkling of crimson petals or even bloodspray.

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