Sally Bailey’s artwork exhibited nationwide

Watercolor artist Sally Bills Bailey of Mount Hood, a Signature member of the National Watercolor Society and the Northwest Watercolor Society, has a painting, “Passing Storm,” juried into the Adirondack National Exhibition of American Watercolors opening mid-August in Old Forge, N.KY.

In addition, this fall five of her watercolors will be showing in Orinda, Calif., in a show presented by the Orinda Road Runners, a unique show of art created by runners in the Bay Area.

Sally was invited to show her painting “Mount Hood” in the Chronicle show, “Then and Now,” at the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts.

The exhibit continues at the ART Space, Lake Oswego Arts Council’s gallery.

“Golden Hills” was chosen to show in the California Watercolor Society’s annual national show in California.

“Walking Rain,” a watercolor of a southwest rain storm, was juried into the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies annual show in Dalles, Texas.

This summer Bailey is offering one-day watercolor workshops in her studio in Mount Hood. For more information, check her website,, or contact her at

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