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157

608 W Monroe St, Ste C

Aubree Dale

Painting
Full Neck
Full Neck

2017, Oil on canvas, 47 x 42 in.

$4,000

NFS

Working from Home - Teacup Explorative Triptych
Working from Home - Teacup Explorative Triptych

2019, Oil on stretched canvas, Dimensions variable

$800

Available in-studio and in online shop

Untitled No. 5, From A Series of Mindless Paintings Painted While Listening to Podcasts About Murder
Untitled No. 5, From A Series of Mindless Paintings Painted While Listening to Podcasts About Murder

2019, Oil on stretched canvas, 24 x 24 in.

$850

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Untitled No. 4, From A Series of Mindless Paintings Painted While Listening to Podcasts About Murder
Untitled No. 4, From A Series of Mindless Paintings Painted While Listening to Podcasts About Murder

2019, Oil on raised birch panel, 22 x 22 in.

$850

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To Thank a Room No 3
To Thank a Room No 3

2020, Oil on stretched canvas, 24 x 24 in.

$850

Available in-studio and in online shop

To Thank a Room No. 2
To Thank a Room No. 2

2020, Oil on canvas, 20 x 20 in.

$850

Available in-studio and in online shop

Full Neck
Full Neck

2017, Oil on canvas, 47 x 42 in.

$4,000

Available in-studio and in online shop

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Aubree Dale

About the Artist

Aubree Dale is a visual artist based in Austin, TX. Solo and group exhibitions include multiple locations throughout central and North Texas including the City of Austin’s People’s Gallery, Black Lagoon Gallery, and Cloud Tree Gallery. Dale was selected as Mary Tomas’ Gallery’s “Rising Star” in 2013. She received her BFA from The University of North Texas in 2010 and currently studies Architectural Metals & Ornamental Welding at Austin Community College.

Artist Statement

My interests live in exploration of absurd and messy human narratives. I want to create an opportunity to live among objects and within compositions that take shape in poorly rendered, unbalanced symmetry. A storyline will always drive the nature of my work, however, it is my intention to leave doors open and questions unanswered for the viewer, so they may assign their own meaning to the making. I communicate with impulsive, haphazard systems collaged against blocks of downy, transparent layers by way of painting, drawing, metal and found object sculpture.

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