907 7th St, Boulder, CO 80302
Come to Front Door (Red Brick House)
Dale Gray has loved art, especially painting, since he was a child. He loves colors, mixing colors, composing strong paintings, testing out new and innovative techniques. He uses oils, acrylics, water color, cold wax mediums and hybrid printing techniques. He is also a photographer with many spectacular photos from the 110 countries he has visited. His 360 degree Google photos have received 6.9 million views.
He has taken art classes at Stanford University, Smithsonian in Washington DC, Anderson Ranch in Snowmass Colorado, and at the Compass Atelier in Maryland with Glen Kessler and the plein air course in New Mexico.
Much of Dale’s art is paintings of locations and landscapes he has visited and experienced all around the world from the US, Asia, Europe, South America, Antarctica, and Arctic. By concentrating on the images from spectacular and beautiful places gives the feelings of being there. Painting is one art form to capture and remember the intrigue and awe of such beautiful places. Dale practiced copying Monet and van Gogh paintings which helped to understand color combinations.
Dale’s studio is in his Boulder home which is the Scott Carpenter House, City of Boulder Historic Landmark L-93-5. It is a red brick Edwardian Foursquare built in 1900 which was the childhood home of Astronaut Scott Carpenter. Visitors can view this historic house and grounds when they visit Dale’s studio.
Painting/Oil, Photography, Mixed Media
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