Dale Goss Washington Native American at Last Now We Believed Oil Painting
Pacific NW artist, Dale Goss (1910 - 2009) - oil painting on canvas, "At Last... Now We Believed. - Elaborate wood frame measures 34" x 28", painting measures 30" x 24". Signed at lower left.
Dale M. Goss (1910 - 2009)
Dale Goss, educator and artist, received his undergraduate degree from the University of Idaho and did post graduate studies at the Chicago Art Institute, Yale University, Reed College and the Universities of Washington and Oregon. As Director for Art Education, he created the first diversified art education program for the Seattle Public Schools. He was a member of the Washington Art Association, Pacific Art Association, and a Distinguished Fellow of the National Art Education Association. He was president of the Puget Sound Art Group and was a visiting professor at the University of Idaho, University of Washington, Western Washington State University and Seattle University. For many years he produced a weekly syndicated newspaper feature called "Tom Trick".
An award winning painter (who continued to paint until the age of 92), he was a contemporary and friend of the artists who founded the noted Pacific Northwest School of Painting in the late 1930's. His paintings have been exhibited in solo and juried shows. They are in collections all over the country, as well as in Beijing, China.
- From The Herald (Everett, Washington) on Feb. 3, 2009.
Dale Goss resided and painted at his art studio at his waterfront home along Mission Beach at the Tulalip Indian Reservation in Marysville, Washington. Upon his retirement, he divided his time between his home and art studio in Washington with his winter home and art studio in Tumacacori, Arizona.