Dale Copeland

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Hard Rain Coming Class of 2012 The Prince in the Ivy

The Ballad of Lucy Jordan

Lares et Penates Noddy's Farewell Faith, Hope and Reality

The essence is gone Pray for Rain

The die is cast This Conveyance Vox Humana

Schoolteacher reads the first lesson

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 Self Portrait as a fool Music for a natural burial


I can see clearly now Contemplating a life in the office Who's in charge here?

Dale wearing the
Chain of Lost Promises
(made of wedding rings)
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 25 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.

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)

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