Bailey Jack

During an exhausting career in the corporate world, full of paychecks and raises, Bailey Jack realized that earning a living wasn’t as soul-nourishing as she once thought. After visiting with a life coach, Bailey Jack decided to pursue her passion for art.

 

Bailey discovered her love for drawing as a young child when she would doodle the “Draw Me Girl” on the cover of matchbooks. Ever since then, she has always sketched at work or on the phone.

 

Describing her work as “modern folk art,” Bailey Jack is inspired by such artists as Peter Max, Van Gogh, and Gaugin. Bailey seeks joy in painting and finds peace in letting go of the thought of sales, success, or money.

 

Bailey Jack Folk Art

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