Dale Eno Shore
A native of Montgomery County, MD, Dale received her BFA degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore in painting. She then served as an illustrator/graphic designer/coordinator for NASA for 18 years. Following the birth of her son, she became a freelance artist and later opened her business, Dale’s Design/Mill Creek Studio. Dale has taught group art classes at a variety of locations for the past 30+ years. She also offers private and small group lessons in her home studio. She was a Founding Resident Artist at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn (2.5 yrs.) and a temporary resident artist at VisArts (RAP) in Rockville.
Dale works and teaches in drawing, oils, pastels, colored pencils and pen & ink. She is currently a member of the Art League of Germantown, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, certified member of the Maryland Portrait Society and recent past member of the Artist’s on Market Gallery.
Dale has received a variety of awards locally for her work throughout the years.
Currently she is working with portraits and people, some landscapes and close-up, enlarged views of natural objects, such as flowers and shells. Her work can be viewed at the ALOG web site and in her studio. (Call for an appointment to visit studio or discuss classes)
Dale is a member of the Baha’i Faith which teaches that art, a divine gift of the Creator, has the power to uplift the souls of humankind and bring joy to our hearts.
“...in this wonderful new age, art is worship. The more thou strivest to perfect it, the closer wilt thou come to God. What bestowal could be greater than this, that one’s art should be even as the act of worshipping The Lord? That is to say, when thy fingers grasp the paint brush, it is as if thou wert at prayer in the Temple