About the Studio

Artist Ann M Bailey in Roswell Studio

Artist Ann Marshall Bailey in Studio



You love beauty in artistic ways – and you want to find art that has a sympathetic feeling about the world.  You and your family will be uplifted by paintings with dynamic, appealing views… Please let me help!

I have always wanted to be surrounded by beauty in nature, and painting it is my best answer to that need. I grew up on the Coast of Georgia, and developed my artistic vision of colors and light being immersed in that sun and moonlight.

In making these pleasurable figurative and subjective artworks, I work from life and photos. I’m outdoors quite a bit on my landscapes, doing “roadside painting” as it’s called in the trade.  Please browse through the paintings available. I hope you find something that calls to you. 🙂

  • Inquire about a particular painting, or a subject you are interested in collecting

Please contact me here:  studio phone 678-488-6516 or my email. I will be glad to arrange creating a new work for you or delivering your choice of any particular painting now available. We accept all major credit cards as well as PayPal or check. Thank you!

  • Commissions

You may also enjoy the oil portraits on linen in the classic style which I paint by commission, from life or photos (or both). There is a published selection of those to view at http://www.annmarshallbailey.com

  • Studio Classes

If you are interested in private art coaching, please read more here.


Bailey studied formal art techniques and art history at Emory University (Bachelor of Arts degree), Emory Abroad, and SCAD. She is a Juried Member and Immediate Past President (2011-2013 term) of the historic Portrait Society of Atlanta. She  has won First Place and Finalist awards in national landscape Plein Air (On Location) painting competitions. Her landscapes and portraits hang in private collections in the U.S., UK, and in Japan, including with such high-profile clients as the Ryan Seacrest family.



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