Sallie Naatz Bailey is a free lance artist and writer who was born in Syracuse, NY in 1931. She studied art at Syracuse University and has worked in many media including serigraphs, watercolor & original computer prints.Her work has been shown at the Roberson Arts Center, Binghamton, NY; the Legislative Office Building, Albany, NY; Selected Artists Gallery, Utica, NY; Limestone Gallery of Fayetteville; the Manlius Library Art Gallery, East Village Arts Gallery in E. Syracuse, NY and the Everson Museum Sales Gallery, Syracuse, NY. She is a past president and board member of both the Associated Artists of Syracuse and the Central New York Branch of the National League of American Pen Women.
Pemaquid Rocks; watercolor
My computer prints are the
equivalent of traditional printmaking techniques—in that the original
design is conceived & executed on the computer, just as linoleum
and woodcuts are done on the wood or linoleum block; the serigraph is
done on the silk screen; the lithograph is done on the stone; the
etching is done on the metal plate.