My passion for color and texture gives me a universal language to communicate what I feel and see as an artist. I want the viewer to be moved by the painting's timeless beauty, energy, and intensity whether it be a landscape, figure, abstraction or vintage image.
Gale S. McKee is a Northern California painter whose sophisticated landscape, figurative and abstract work has received both critical and popular acclaim. She works in acrylic on canvas, and with mixed media.
Gale's work has been exhibited extensively in both solo and group juried shows at museums and galleries, including the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Triton Museum of Art, Gallery Route One, Artisan's Gallery, and O'Hanlon Center for the Arts. She has won many competitions and received numerous awards. Private collectors throughout the US have acquired her work.
Gale was born in San Francisco, attended the Croydon College of Art in London, and received a BFA from the University of Denver. Her professional background includes experience as a graphic designer, illustrator, and product designer.