Virginia Commonwealth University, 2018–2022.
BFA in Communication Arts, summa cum laude (4.0).

Bailey Maxine Wood (b. 2000) is an editorial illustrator, graphic designer, and multidisciplinary artist native to Richmond, Virginia. Driven by detail and visual storytelling, she creates illustrations and designs for both print and digital media. She enjoys heavy values and bold, graphic styles, and is committed to achieving visual innovation in all of the work she does. She informs her art through observation and personal connections, and she is dedicated to creating work that serves her client’s wishes while staying true to her diverse and creative voice.

Clients include: The Commonwealth Times, VCU Student Media Center, Amendment Art and Literary Journal, Virginia Department of Health, Northern Virginia Historical Foundation, Massey Cancer Center, Healthy Communities for Youth, Friends of Bellemeade Park, VCU Student Power, Folk Farmand more.

She also participated in her first group exhibition, Spirals, held at Black Iris Gallery in 2021.

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