Scott Bailey

 

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ANTHROPOGENIC LANDSCAPES
Washington State, USA,
2015


Gallery One,         Ellensburg, WA, 2015

Analytical Delaunay mesh lines incised into thick, painterly expressions of particular assets of the landscape.

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TOPOLOGY, TOPOMETRY, TOPOGRAPHY
Washington State, USA,
2013


MAC Gallery, WVC Wenatchee, WA, 2013

Optically derived colors poured over sculptural forms reflect the local landscape, paying simultaneous homage to nature as well as technology.

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MANIFEST DESTINY Washington State, USA, 2010

 

Robert Graves Gallery, Wenatchee, WA, 2010

Playing creator, explorer, and documenter of virtual landscapes with the use of GIS and terrain generating software, new responses to the landscape are generated with forms ranging from trompe l’oeil realistic photos and animations to painted geometric abstractions.

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EARTHLY CONSTELLATIONS
Washington St.//Santa Fe, NM
2009

 

Santa Fe Art Institute, NM, 2008

Through a process of controlled accident, countless splatters of (primarily of transparent drops of cyan, magenta, and yellow) acrylic paint express the night views from space of various cities. 

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OVERSIGHT
Washington State, USA,
2008

 

Lawrimore Project, Seattle, WA, 2008

Paintings based on false-color satellite images of Tehran, Iran and Washington, D.C , along with a mini-retrospective of other related work at Lawrimore Project, Seattle

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INFRARED
Washington State, USA,
2007

 

Eastern Washington University Gallery, Cheney, WA, 2007

Paintings inspired by a single NASA Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) photo taken of Baghdad on the morning of March 31, 2003.

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VIRTUALLY SUBLIME
Washington State, USA,
2006

 

Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA, 2006

Video Installation and large scale painting project questioning the painter’s notion of the sublime in the landscape through contemporary technology of satellite imaging and digital mapping processes.

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CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPES
Washington State, USA,
2005


Moses Lake Museum and Art Center, Moses Lake, WA, 2005

A site-specific exhibition of the Moses Lake landscape, painted remotely from Internet satellite images.

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WAKU WO KOETE
Washington State, USA,
2004



White Gallery, Kagoshima, Japan, 2004

Paintings on PVC roofing material of images, primarily of the Middle East from where I had recently returned, clipped out of my rural Washington hometown newspaper during the summer of 2004.

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CRIMSON
Cairo, Egypt,
2002


Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, Egypt, 2002

Paintings and sculptures exploring the fine line between the exquisite and the horrific.

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INSIDE LOOKING OUT
Pretoria, S. Africa/Cairo, Egypt,
2001

American University in Cairo, Egypt, 2001

Landscapes of Pretoria and Cairo painted from direct observation through colored and patterned glass.

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MEDITATIONS ON AESTHETICS
Cairo, Egypt/Rome, Italy 1999-2000

American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy 1999,
Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, Egypt, 2000,
Gezira Art Center and Museum, Cairo, Egypt, 2000, Broward County Community College, 2003

Abstract and literal at the same time, these paintings take an unflinching look at the detritus found on the streets of Cairo, subjects inherently disturbing or unpleasant but having exquisite formal and aesthetic values.

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SCROLLS
Fort Collins, CO,
1998

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Gallery, Fort Collins, 1998, Colorado State University Directions Gallery, Fort Collins, 1998, Gezira Art Center and Museum, Cairo, Egypt, 2000

Large paintings, made from a process of staining unprimed, un-stretched canvases, exploring traditional Japanese formal and philosophical concerns.

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SCREENS AND SCULPTURAL PAINTINGS
Fort Collins, CO,
1997-1998

Hatton Gallery, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 1998

Large scale screens and sculpturally installed landscape paintings exploring combinations of form and aesthetics from American and Japanese inspiration.

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SHIZEN NO TAMASHII
Fort Collins, CO,
1996

White Gallery, Kagoshima, Japan, 1996

Abstracted landscapes.

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MISCELLANEOUS

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