Adriane Dalton is a jewelry maker and teaching artist working in alternative materials. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at The Wayne Art Center (Wayne, PA), Snyderman-Works Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), A CASA Museu de Object Brasileiro (Sao Paulo, Brazil), the National Ornamental Metal Museum (Memphis, TN), and Space 1026 (Philadelphia, PA).
She led her first program for ART 180 in 2017. The course, Recyclable Bling, challenged students to work with alternative and recycled materials for creating wearable arts. She recently concluded leading a drawing course that combined skill-building techniques with fun, collaborative approaches to using drawing as a tool for seeing.
Salp, 2017, necklace, recycled plastic mesh, waxed cotton thread, 22” (h) x 3” (w) x 2” (d)
Ephyra & Planula, 2017, necklace, recycled plastic mesh, waxed cotton thread, found steel wire, 17” (h) x 2.5” (w) x 2” (d)
Send her an email at: [email protected]