Robert B. Bailey

                                                      

Bob was born and lived in historic Lexington, Massachusetts for over 55 years.  He graduated from Boston University with a degree in Management and did graduate work at MIT School of Management. He is a retired bank executive. 

 

Although self taught, Bob studied under the late Phillip Parsons of the Vesper George School of Art in Boston, Massachusetts, Tony Couch, , Carl Purcell, Roland Lee, Wallace Lee, Spike Ress, Del Parson ,Frank Webb,  and Carlton Plumber .

Memberships: Southern Utah Watercolor Society in Dixie (Charter and Signature Member), St. George Visual Art association, Lexington Arts and Craft Society, Florida Watercolor Society, Citrus County Art League and Nevada Watercolor Society.

Teaching Experience: Citrus County Recreation, Las Vegas Art Museum, Sun City Art Club and at Sun River Community, St. George. 

He has exhibited his works throughout the New England Region, in Florida at The Ocala Museum of Art, All That Art Gallery, The Nature Coast Gallery and the Homosassa Art and Frame Shop, in Nevada at the Las Vegas Art Museum, in Utah at the Kimball Art Center, Park City, Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery, Cedar City, Canyon Offerings, Springdale, Twiggs & Moore Gallery, St. George, Rimrock Gallery at the Dixie Regional Medical Center, Zion Bank and Art in Kayenta

Bob has participated nine years in the Robert N. & Peggy Sears Invitational Art show at Dixie College.  He received the First Place in Watercolor award at the 2003 St. George Arts in the Park and the Outstanding Achievement award at the Rimrock Gallery at The Dixie Regional Medical Center juried show.    

He continues to travel the world in search of nature‚Äôs finest landscapes and traditional subjects.  Using his God given gift his goal is to convey his own feelings towards a subject, share his artistic talent with others and hope others will enjoy his work as much as he has enjoyed creating it.  He considers transparent watercolor the ideal medium for capturing the effects of light and the medium is fresh, alive and responds to the moments and shifting moods of nature.  Through rich glazes of color subtle details, numerous shadows he strives to create a mood for the viewer.

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