Morgain Bailey (b. 1970) holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Fine Art from The San Francisco Art Institute. Her work has been shown in a number of solo and group exhibitions including at the Tacoma Art Museum in Washington state, The University of California in Berkeley and the University of Maine in Farmington. Her work has been published in various magazines including Common Ground from Borderline Press, the Maine Arts Journal, Antidote from The Maine Museum of Photographic Art, Creative Maine, Terratory Journal and City Arts Magazine Seattle. Her work is held in privately in global collections and she lives and works in Presque Isle, Maine.
Selections from her Color Fields project are available through Artemis Gallery in Northeast Harbor, Maine.  Her 2024 queer portrait project in/Visible is supported by The Kindling Fund, which is administered by SPACE Portland. 
Images on this site are available as limited-edition prints, please inquire for details.​​​​​​​
​​​​To contact Morgain please use the form on this page.
The copyright to all work on this site belongs to Morgain Bailey, all rights are reserved. 
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