Dale Lowe is a Regina based woodturning artist who’s work is strongly influenced by his Saskatchewan roots. Being raised in a prairie farm environment his work reflects the colors, textures and architecture of the rural and urban spaces in which he has lived. Dale is a juried professional member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council and has had his work accepted in juried exhibitions in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Dale truly enjoys the process and the challenge of creating special pieces that can be enjoyed as Art. He believes that art made with wood inspires the observer to touch the pieces and engage in the intimate experience of holding finely crafted work. His work is in private collections across Canada, Mexico and Dubai and recently as part of a gift from The Government of Canada to Queen Elizabeth II.
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