Chris Baily is a painter and user experience designer who focuses on creating transformative digital and physical experiences. He creates mixed media moving paintings using digital projectors to combine traditional two-dimensional art with video collages.
After focusing on video projection and painting at Cornell University, Chris began a career architecting web applications and digital products. He has worked as a Visual Designer, Interaction Designer, and Front End Developer.
In early 2013, he returned to visual art, and he was able to draw on his experience in UX and front-end development to solve many of the technical hurdles he'd encountered a decade earlier. With advances in projection technology and his own video positioning software, Chris has honed his process for permanent display.
Chris received a BFA in Painting from Cornell University and was recognized with a YoungArts award, a Presidential Scholar award, a Maryland Distinguished Scholar award and the David R. Beane award for Fine Arts.
2017 Solo Exhibition, Penn Place Gallery, Garrett Park, MD
2015 Group Exhibition, “Lucid Moments”, Parenthesis Art Space for Bushwick Open Studios, Bushwick, NY
2014 Group Exhibition presented by Christine Minas Fine Art, Untitled Space, New York, NY
2014 Solo Exhibition, “The Sleep of Uncertainty”, Untitled Space, New York, NY
2013 Solo Exhibition, “Tornadoes & Tidal Waves”, Tiny Fork, New York, NY