Gallery (2nd Floor)
About the Exhibit
ARTIST RECEPTION | Friday, June 2, 7-9pm, in 2nd floor gallery
ARTIST TALK | Saturday, August 12 at 1:30 - 2:30 PM in the 2nd floor gallery
Go-To’s is a project examining the expectations of an individual in society and the spaces we use to facilitate our connection with others. Whereabouts do we maintain, grow or even curb our relationships?
I often wonder how much our large modern social networks have catalyzed human extroversion. Since starting this project, I have entered Motherhood. New elements of anxiety and abundance have ushered in priority for transparency in my relationships as well as a scaling back of my eagerness to please others. There are considerations of what brings about a sense of recharge and wellness with my commitments and selected company and with that, new boundaries to navigate.
Go-To’s is an exhibition of oil paintings big and small peppered with small supplementary sculptures. I use painting to document medleys of memory, wish, and hang-ups as a means of preliminary world building. From there, smaller works are created to fill in the storyline. My sculptures made from rescued plastics and homemade bioplastics become downy, transparent artifacts and portals.
About the Artist
Dale navigates our large modern social networks through oil paintings big and small, supplemented with sculptures fabricated from upcycled and homemade bioplastics.
Aubree Dale is a Fort Worth, TX based multi-disciplinary artist. Solo and group exhibitions include
locations throughout Texas including the City of Austin’s People’s Gallery, Black Lagoon Gallery, and Cloud Tree Gallery. In 2010, she earned a BFA in Painting and Drawing from The University of North
Texas and studied Architectural & Ornamental Welding at ACC.
@aubree._.dale on instagram