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KATHRYN (KIT) DALTON
BIOGRAPHY
Founder of Bucks County Fine Arts

Kit Dalton, of Bucks County,
Pennsylvania, earned her BFA Degree in
Graphic Design and Illustration from Tyler
School of Art (Temple University).

Kit is a plein air and studio painter;
primarily of landscapes of Bucks County
and images of the Delaware River and
Tow Path.  In her studio she works from
her field sketches, memory and
photographs.  Her main purpose while
creating a painting is to capture and paint
the effects of light upon the subject-
whether it is within the landscape, a still
life or portrait.  She has studied with
several internationally renowned master
American landscape painters.

In her early career she worked as a
freelance designer, illustrator, and in
corporate marketing.  In her later career
life she was a gallery director, working
with and promoting local artists.
In 2005, she designed and launched her
website Bucks County Fine Arts Gallery,
Inc. and has continued to help promote
and support local Bucks County artists.

Her paintings are in many private
collections, including a movie set for
Screen Gems Productions “No Good
Deed”.

Organizations:
Oil Painters of America, National
Organization, USA
Artsbridge, Stockton, NJ
New Hope Art League, New Hope, PA

Exhibitions:
Phillips Mill Art Show 2012
Lambertville Historical Society Plein Air
Invitational 2012
Stover Mill Juried Annual Art Show 2012,
2013
Doylestown Bi-Centennial Exhibition 2012
Tinicum Art Festival 2010, 2012, 2013
Countryside Gallery Juried Show, “When
Blossoms Unfold” 2012
New Hope Art League Juried Show 2011,
2013
Prallsville Mills – Scenes of the Mill-2011
FODC (Friends of the Delaware Canal
Invitational) 2011, 2012, 2013
Artsbridge Juried Members Show 2011,
2012, 2013
NOVA Gallaxy Show 2013

Awards:
Stover Mill First Annual Juried Art Show
2012, Honorable Mention for 'Fishermen
at Peace Valley' Oil
New Hope Art League Juried Show 2011,
Merritt Award for “Hydrangeas and Pears”
Oil
Tinicum Arts Festival 2012 Third Place
for “Bridgepoint” Oil

Galleries:
River Queen Artisans, Lambertville, NJ
Village Artworks, Lahaska, PA
Countryside Gallery, Newtown , PA
Standing Exhibits:
Baci Ristorante, Heart of Oak Pub,
Buckingham, PA
Plumbsteadville Inn, Plumsteadville, PA
REMAX Legacy, Ivyland, PA
Kit Dalton
Bucks County Impressionist    Modern Impressionist    New Hope Impressionist
Loux Covered Bridge Plumsteadville- Fall  24 x 30    NFS  Oil on Board
Forbotnik Farm Springhouse-
Carversville
NFS  Oil on Linen  16 x 20  
Birch Grove by the Lake   18 x 24  NFS Oil on Linen
Late Summer- Beltzville   18 x 24   NFS  Oil on Linen   
Kit, Gallery Director for Signature Galleries
with Duane Hickman at his celebrity exhibit
opening in Peddlers Village in 2005
America's favorite "House Painter"....Duane
Hickman AKA Dobie Gillis.
Cabin Run Covered Bridge  
8  x 10  NFS
Oil on Canvas
Cabin Run Covered Bridge  5  x
7  NFS
Oil on Board
Pine Valley Covered Bridge  9 x
12  NFS
Oil on Linen
Sunny Morning on the Tow Path  24 x 24  NFS  Oil on Linen  
None Such Farm  11 x 14  NFS Oil on Linen Panel
Tucked Away  8 x 10  NFS  Oil on Linen
Tucked Away Barn  11 x 14  NFS Oil on Linen
Panel
Road Side Barn  5 x 7  NFS  Oil on Linen
Flagstaff Road  12 x 16  NFS  Oil on Linen Panel
Tow Path in Fall  24 x 30  NFS  Oil on Canvas   
Snowy Woodland  24 x 30  NFS  Oil on Canvas
Path of Light   12 x 16  Oil on Panel
Inspired by one of my favorite places to walk in Peace Valley Park.  
Lake Galena is one of my favorite places to set up my easel to paint.
Black Bass Inn by the Walking Bridge  16 x 20  NFS  Oil on Canvas
This is in Lumberville, Pennsylvania

Loux Covered Bridge  16 x 20    Oil on Canvas
Trauger's Farm Vista  9 x 12   Oil on Panel
Painted at the popular farm on River Road in Kitnersville, PA
Hydrangeas & Pears  16 x 20  NFS  Oil on Canvas
Plein Air painting
Sunnies and Macs  12 x 12  Oil on Canvas
NFS
Tohickon Creek Morning  11 x 14   NFS Oil on Linen Panel
William's Path 24 x 30 Oil on Canvas
Along the canal in Point Pleasant, PA.
Painted for my son William Dalton.  This was my gift to
him a year before he passed away on October 20, 2018