Kaylee (Hull) Dalton lives and works out of Elkhart, Indiana and graduated with a degree in fine art and painting from Ball State University in 2008. In 2006, she was the Watercolor Society of Indiana scholarship recipient. She went on to study with the late Walter Darby Bannard under a full-scholarship for a Master of Fine Arts at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. She has shown her highly textural encaustic paintings in solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions, including Art Basel Miami and ArtPrize 8. She was chosen from hundreds as one of the 2017 and 2018 Hoosier Women Artists and is published in the internationally recognized art publications, Studio Visit Magazine, CreativPaper and Create! Magazine. Kaylee Dalton’s work is in private and public collections, including the Anderson Museum of Art and the University of Notre Dame.
"Kaylee's mixed media work is a new take on common subject matter that excites the imagination. Her unique blends of media are carefully combined to create abstract imagery in a rich and layered approach, yet well balanced. Her perception of theme, contrast and perspective are excellent."
-Claudia A. Maslowski, South Bend Museum of Art