Dawn Dale

Country: Canada
 

Title:  Meandering

Medium: Uprooted earth, manual labour, rainwater, copper

Size: 13" to 18' wide x 180' long





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The primary focus of Dale's eco-feminist art practice is landart-- earthworks and ephemeral, organic installations that bring the spirit of Mother Nature into both traditional and non-traditional spaces.

Her sources/resources for the site-specific works come from a commitment to both the personal and political spheres of daily life as well as the profound influence of the land and the community.

A BFA graduate of the University of Ottawa, Canada and successful on Canadian terms of shows and grants, Dale survives through her love of teaching sculpture and eco-art, and the love and patronage of her partner, Yves Meunier.
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