Dale Marshall (B.1974) is a contemporary painter who lives and works in the Welsh countryside, at the foothills of Snowdonia National Park. Dale was sectioned in 1999 in one of Britain’s oldest asylums whilst plagued with psychotic episodes and clinical depression. He attributes his mental health to his once volatile relationship with graffiti and drug abuse, forging a profound effect on his later works, and eventual move into fine art where he now fully embraces the role as a modern day, tortured master.
Dale has had numerous solo exhibitions in London and the USA as well as outside walls around the world. His works are in both private and public collections worldwide.