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After the show is over
The inevitability of mathematics
The cockeyed optimist and the inadequate navigator
Generation Me Back from the Wars Self Portrait: 5,40,72
Free will? Yes.
Freedom of Choice? No.
The old woman from Mensa KNOWS what she's losing
The one true prophecy The wench who would be witch
Past Times Pastimes
The Carousels of Paris Lay down your tools, your weapons,
and your playthings.
Lares et Penates Class of 2012 The essence is gone
From the Psych Ward
Democracy is coming
The die is cast Vox Humana This Conveyance
Schoolteacher reads the first lesson The Question of Fracking
Lost and gone forever diagnosis
The inadequacy of emoticons The Trickle-Down Effect Easy As
No matter how you measure it, extinction is forever No Escape
Singer Music for a natural burial Self Portrait as a fool
REFLECT COLLATERAL DAMAGE
I can see clearly now Contemplating a life in the office Who's in charge here?
I find junk, see treasure.
I keep things for years until they find their place.
Life, The Universe, and All That
I've been an artist, and exhibited widely, for 50 years.
Mid-life career change? I used to be a mathematician, teacher, physicist, computer programmer
. . . it feels like another life, another person. I am very fortunate, having so many choices.
I live at Puniho in rural New Zealand with my partner, the painter Paul Hutchinson. It's a good life.
My works are in the collections of Puke Ariki, The Dowse Art Museum, the Govett Brewster Art Gallery, the Gisborne Museum and Arts Centre, Massey University, the James Wallace Art Trust and the Lessedra International Art Collection. And in private collections. I miss them, these lost treasures.
Photo by Robbii, USA
More of my work, and the books which I make, can be seen on my site at dalecopeland.co.nz
Click here if you'd like to read my CV / biography.
email Dale at dale @ tart.co.nz (remove the spaces)
Or phone 06 752 8126 and leave a message.