Born in Arizona, Gayle
Gale studied art at the University of Arizona (BFA). Gale then
moved to Los Angeles to attend Otis Art Institute/Parsons School
of Design (MFA); followed by special studies at the University
of London, England.
Gale specializes in wearable art and Dada inspired collage
art-books, and fine art prints. "Her [Gale’s]
collages are invitations to dance, sing and dream in locations
recreated from her amazing viewpoint. Her collage techniques,
color and movement of forms all add up to a unique profile
of living places." -Carol Bishop, artist
Gayle Gale’s work has been exhibited
at Southern California art galleries and facilities including
the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, DADA, Bess Cutler Gallery,
Margo Levin Gallery, Sherry Frumpkin Gallery; and Los Angeles
Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Los Angeles Art Center College
of Design; and California African-American Museum.
Gayle Gale is also a community public artist, using the collective
efforts of large groups to create powerful, site-specific public
art. She has conducted mural and street art projects locally,
nationally and internationally at sites in California, Hawaii,
Spain, Brazil, Peru, Israel and Switzerland. Gale was awarded
the prestigious 2001 Fete d’ Excellence
gold medallion for contributions to youth in Geneva, Switzerland.