Dale Beckman was born in 1955 in Forsyth, Montana. Drawing images from a very early age, Dale followed his interest in the creative process throughout his academic career to graduate with a BA degree in 1979 from Rocky Mountain College. His formal education continued with post-graduate work at the University of Montana-Billings.
In 1986 he moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico to paint the Southwest desert. He was a member of Santa Fe Society of Artists, Artists Equity, and Rio Grande Artists Coop. He sold his paintings at the outdoor art fairs, regional galleries, online and from his studio.
Landscapes are his primary Object. The Subject is electromagnetic energy.
In 1997 he moved to Abiquiu, New Mexico where he lived for eight years in relative seclusion, painting the desert that Georgia O’Keeffe was so attracted too.
In 2005 Dale Beckman moved back to Montana and presently lives in Helena.For more information, go to http://www.dalebeckman.net/
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