Amber Dalton

Canadian (1981)
Amber Dalton is a Canadian artist.
From records, the highest price paid at auction for a print work attributed to Amber Dalton (1981) was C$106 - paid for "Prairie Sky" at Saskatchewan NAC in Regina on Sat, May 16, 2020. has 6 auction art sale records for their print results, with prices in the range of C$50 to C$250.

Amber Dalton was born in 1981 in Richmond, British Columbia. She studied drawing at Medicine Hat College from 1999-2001 and went on to major in Print Media at the University of Regina, completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2010. Dalton has served as assistant artistic director of the Gateway Festival (Bengough, Saskatchewan) and is a founding member and executive director of the printmaking collective Articulate Ink, along with Michelle Brownridge, Caitlin Mullan, and Karli Jessup. Dalton's silkscreen, intaglio, and lithographic works have been exhibited in Canada and the United States, including at the SUNY Buffalo Centre for the Arts (Buffalo, New York), PrintZero Studios (Seattle), and Regina's MacKenzie Art Gallery and Fifth Parallel Gallery, and at a 2012 exhibition of the work of Articulate Ink at Regina's Dunlop Art Gallery (Sherwood Village Branch). Dalton has also participated in numerous print exchanges, and her work is part of private collections as well as those of PrintZero Studios (Seattle) and the Print Media Archives and Special Collections Archive at the University of Regina. Dalton, along with the other members of Articulate Ink, has been featured as a Saskatchewan 'Artist of the Month' in 2012. Amber Dalton is a member of CARFAC. She lives in Regina, Saskatchewan.

We do not have enough information to calculate an estimated Artist Value for Amber Dalton.
To estimate the value of a specific artwork created by Amber Dalton, follow some of the advice from our Valuating art page.