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Vitreous Enamels

Dale's first foray into using vitreous enamel was a result of being commissioned by law firm Clifford Chance to make several large works for their head quarters in London (see public commissions page for images) This fascinating alchemic process of fusing coloured glass onto metal combines Dale's love of layering colour with the notion of stencilling. In one sense, the enamel work is the combination of the painted and the printed image. It has become another essential aspect of Dales work and he produces  many small scale enamels  in his own kiln in Suffolk.

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Oops upside your head 100x100cm
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The Shamen

The Elusive sold

The Healer

Vessels and energy 22x18cms  SOLD
Stained 15x10cms SOLD
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The Fragments 14x12cms
Spider 15x10cms

 Blues don't change 25x25cm 

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Another day in paradise 75x75cm private collection
A day in the life of a boy vitreous enam
A day in the life of a boy 75x75cm £1000
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Tweedledee and Tweedledum 28 x 60cm private collection
DIY Moonbeams  vitreous enamel on steel 15x42cms Private collection


Hybrid 30x30cm






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Walking, eating  25x18cm £320
Citizen V sold
Citizen IV 25x18cm
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Zoom zoom 12x12cm sold
 Personnage 28x20 enamel on steel Sold
Skeletal riff vitreous enamel on steel 18x56cms sold
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