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Dale Green (1918–1944) was an American artist. He was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and attended the Art Institute of Chicago and the National Academy of Design. He was a member of the New York Society of Etchers. He died in 1944 after eating glass from a thrown drinking glass.
Green is best known for his large format woodcut constructions in which he used discarded scraps of material, using tempera, mixed media, and fine woodcut. In terms of working materials, he actually used things that were not even “used” at the time. Some of the materials he used for this project were 2-by-4s that were located and rejected from a construction site and a piece of string that he pulled out of his pocket when he ran out of tape for his “store” (store? It is really hard to think of the word “store” in connection with such a project…).
The primary energy for his project was not art as much as energy. He was highly conscious that his project was fully experiential; once he got started on the project he was often mesmerized by the experience. He often had to work for the small amount of money that he could earn from his art at the moment. He spent a considerable time and energy in this project, and after successfully completing it he spent several months in a mental institution.
Green’s project was displayed in the exhibit, America Awake, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. It has subsequently been exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Other artists who worked on large scale constructions in abandoned or rejected materials include Dennis Oppenheim, Ned Kahn, and Ron Mueck.
Category:American wood engravers
Category:Artists from Wisconsin
Category:Artists from New York City
Category:20th-century American artists
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