Through drawing and printmaking, Mary Dalton's work is informed and enthused by stories and personal life experiences, from teaching the homeless, working at London's renowned Borough Market to living close by a major pheasant shooting woods. The response is often personal, sometimes political, inspiring her to produce abstract, intricate and often dark narratives. Dalton is not afraid to confront the darker side of our relationship with food letting her works throw new light onto our need for food consumption and the enigma's it can sometimes cause.
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