Dale Marshall (born 1974, Bath, UK) is a contemporary fine art painter currently residing in the Welsh countryside at the foothills of Snowdonia National Park.
Marshall began over 25 years ago as a graffiti artist on the streets of Bath and Bristol in the South West of England. With the freedoms of expression found through rebellion comes also the gritty consequences of street culture, which, for Marshall, ultimately led to drug use and psychotic episodes. In 1999, he was sectioned in one of Britain's oldest asylums commonly known as the Cornwall County (Lunatic) Asylum. He suffered clinical depression for another 7 years until he self-discharged from anti-psychotic prescription medication.
Marshall has studied fine art at Coventry University. He completed a year studying abstract art at California State University, Long Beach, California in 2012.
In February 2014, a three-month exhibition of Marshall's work opened at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry. Marshall claimed this would make him the only other graffiti artist apart from Banksy to have a 3-month independent solo exhibition in a city museum.
He is managed by Vanessa Brodrick of VB Fine Art - Edinburgh and London.
Room101 - Bristol UK solo exhibition 2010 (Co Curated with Art El Gallery)
Anno Domini Gallery - Fresh Produce 2010 SanJose CA USA group 2010
Rook and Raven London UK group 2011
Anno Domini Gallery - Fresh Produce 2011 San Jose CA USA group 2011
Anno Domini Gallery - 'The California State Institution' San Jose CA USA solo 2012
LALA Gallery - LA Freewalls Inside Los Angeles CA USA group 2012
Soze Gallery - 'Best Kept Secret' Los Angeles CA USA solo 2012
The Royal Academy of Arts London UK group July 2012 Charity Exhibition. Benefiting 'Studio Upstairs'
Rook & Raven Gallery 'Coast to Coast' Duel with Daniel Lumbini Sept 2012
Herbert Art Gallery and Museum 'Walls With Wounds by Dale Marshall' 3 month solo Museum exhibition Feb 2014
Soze Gallery West Hollywood - 'Beauty in the wound' Los Angeles CA solo 2014