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 & Ornamental Welding at Austin Community College.

Arrange a studio visit: aubree@aubreedale.com

AUBREE DALE, b.1985

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SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2019 Penumbra: A Story of Remote Work, Pump Project at Cloud Tree Gallery, Austin, TX

2017 Sum of Net, Gallery Black Lagoon, Austin, TX 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2021 Forgecraft Fall Exhibition, Forgecraft Architecture, Austin, TX

2020 No Contact, Contra Common, Austin, TX

2020 People’s Gallery Exhibition, The People’s Gallery, Austin, TX

2019 EAST Pump Project Alumni Group Show, Mosaic Sound Collective, Austin, TX

2019 WEST Shed Show, Austin, TX

2018 EAST Pump Project Group Show, Pump Project, Austin, TX

2018 People’s Gallery Exhibition, The People’s Gallery, Austin, TX

2017 EAST Pump Project Group Show, Pump Project, Austin, TX

2015 The Uncrowd, Gallery Black Lagoon, Austin, TX

2014 Art of the Brew, Co-Lab Projects, Austin, TX

2013 Rising Stars Exhibition, representing Mary Tomas Gallery, Turner House, Oak Cliff, TX 

2013 Linear Language, Mary Tomas Gallery, Dallas, TX

2010 UNT Painting & Drawing Association Spring Show, 3rd pl.,  Meme Gallery, Denton, TX

MURALS & WORKS IN PUBLIC 

2020 Selected Interactive Installation Artist, Art City Austin

2020 Interactive Installation, Mosaic Sound Collective, Mohawk ,Austin TX

2018 Green Doors Project, Austin, TX

2018 Widen Elementary, Austin, TX

2014 Key Martial Arts, Lakeway, TX

2013 Fred Moore High School, Denton, TX

EDUCATION

2017 - Present, Austin Community College, Architectural Metals & Ornamental Welding

2010 University of North Texas, B.F.A. Painting and Drawing

PUBLICATIONS

2020 What Love Would Say, written by Connie Munde, Contributing Illustrator

 

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