About Mary Dalton

I see print as a beautiful amalgamation between human expression and human learning. My work takes pleasure in exploring the potentials, fun and mishaps that occur in this concoction of an art-form.

I examine the questions and experiences I have within society, within my family and within my darkest minds – a reflection of what I suppose we call the human condition. I see myself as a teller of these personal stories, but also the stories of those I meet on the journey. The stimuli take form in numerous ways – predominately print led, but also much textile work and object creation.

BSc Architectural Studies, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London 2003-6

MFA Printmaking Royal College of Art, 2006-8

Artist in Residence at Hollybank Woods, 2015-present

Lead Artist, Ebb and Flow, D-Day commemoration project, Arts Council Funded Commission, 2014

Senior Studio Printmaker; Curwen Lithography Studios, 2011 -12

Crisis Homeless Charity; Arts Tutor, 2008-11

Pushing Print Bursary

Eaton Trust Award

Curwen 50th Anniversary Print Prize

Artist in Residence awarded for West Dean Arts College

Fellow of the Vermont Studio Centre

Tate Library, London

Imperial War Museum, London

V&A Museum, London

Canadian War Museum, Canada

National WWII Museum, USA

British Library, London

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