Carol Dalton is a painter and also works with mixed media, collage and printmaking. Her most current work has to do with the sea and land, and continues her basic exploration into the consequences of the human involvement in our environment.
Dalton was born in 1952 in Compton, California. She attended the Santa Barbara Art Institute, a part of Brooks Institute from 1971-1974.
In 2015, Carol was included in the invitational show, “Seastruck,” at the Pence Gallery in Davis, California in January and February, and she mounted a solo show at Room Gallery in Mill Valley, California in April and May.
Dalton has been exhibiting for nearly twenty five years in Bay Area Galleries, including, over a dozen solo exhibits, and has work included in the Crocker Art Museum, Monterey Art Museum and Kaiser Permante collections. She is currently represented by the SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Stewart Kummer Gallery and Room Gallery.
Carol divides her time between working with her husband Lowell in their business, Benicia Frame, and her studio in the Arsenal Art District, along the Carquinez Straits, in Benicia, California.