Dale Rhodes has drawn and painted from a young age and has studied drawing and painting at a number of institutions including Julian Ashton Art School and short courses at the National Art School.
Dale was hung in the 2017 Archibald Prize Salon des Refuses.
He has been a finalist in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, the Black Swan Portrait Prize at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, and the Northern Rivers Portrait Prize.
He has had four Moran semi-finalists.
Dale's work was hung in the Border Art Prize at the Tweed Regional Gallery in 2016 and 2014, when he received a judge’s special mention, and was a finalist in the Northern Rivers Portrait Prize at the Lismore Regional Gallery in 2013.
Dale has held successful solo exhibitions at the Tweed Regional Gallery, Butcher’s Hook Gallery in Sydney and BSA Project Space.