Dale Goode
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Dale Goode (b. 1948) was born in Cleveland, Ohio and has lived his entire life in the city. He has deep connections to his community and the regional art world. A painter, sculptor, and muralist, he has shown his work widely in the Northeastern Ohio area over several decades. The famed boxing promoter, Don King, once commissioned Dale to paint a mural, "Apostles of Peace", showing the faces of John and Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., and Jimmy Carter. His current work, the result of "a 20 year implosion of trial and error in {his} studio laboratory", reflects what dale feels is his true creative voice. His wall relief sculptures are made of clothing and other items his neighbors have discarded; windows, doors, lengths of picket fence, shoes, skates, umbrellas, hats, mops, shovels....

All of this is composed suggestively and coated with layers of enamel spray paint (often gold or bronze). His work is in many major corporate collections (Progressive Insurance) in the Great Lakes Region as well as the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio.

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