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Dona Dalton

"I have a strong attachment to the old toys and objects I had as a child, and it comes out now in my love of animals and mythology. "

Dona Dalton considers her work to be "toys as sculpture." Drawing from observation, and an enthusiasm for the narrative potential of Egyptian mythology, she creates works that imply relationship and connection, playfulness and spirituality. A bird at the workplace or a cat in a boat can be the best of companions.

Using poplar, pine, and aspen, Dalton carves wood on a band saw, and uses a rotary carver for smaller figures and details. Like icing on a cake, the colorful layers of acrylic paint, latex enamel, and metallic leaf bring each piece to life.

Dona Dalton received a BFA in sculpture from the Philadelphia College of Art. Her work has been shown at the American Craft Council Show, the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, and the Washington DC Craft Show, among others. Her work can be found in galleries throughout the USA.

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Daydreamers
Wood Sculpture

$ 480
Upstanding Fox
Wood Sculpture

$ 890
Fleet Fox
Wood Sculpture

$ 230
Fawn in Ferns
Wood Sculpture

$ 600
Lookout
Wood Sculpture

$ 600
Running Rabbit
Wood Sculpture

$ 240
Bees and Birds
Wood Wall Sculpture

$ 900
Belted Kingfishers
Wood Sculpture

$ 150 - $ 160
Racing Horses
Wood Sculpture

$ 300
Big Fish
Wood Sculpture

$ 190
Bird Duo
Wood Sculpture

$ 68 - $ 74
Sitting Cats
Wood Sculpture

$ 140
Fat Bunny
Wood Sculpture

$ 130
Mice Trio
Wood Sculpture

$ 160
Ibis Moon Barq
Wood Sculpture

$ 650
Racing Cats
Wood Sculpture

$ 140
Full Moon Boat
Wood Sculpture

$ 320
Snake Riders
Wood Sculpture

$ 150 - $ 170
Egyptian Serpents
Wood Sculpture

$ 150
Carolina Wren
Wood Sculpture

$ 130
Hope
Wood Sculpture

$ 650
Lost at Sea
Wood Sculpture

$ 600
Magpies
Wood Sculpture

$ 440 - $ 460
Barbet
Wood Sculpture

$ 130
Selected Exhibitions & Awards
American Craft Council Show, Baltimore. MD, Baltimore Convention Center, 2017