New York, United States
Pamela Dalton's Scherenschnitte have delighted collectors worldwide for almost twenty-five years.
Her work is created in the tradition of early American paper cutting popular in the Pennsylvania Dutch
regions of this country in the early nineteenth century. Dalton's original designs are influenced by popular
historical themes: patriotism, biblical and religious motifs, and scenes from rural life. Each piece is sketched
freehand by the artist and then cut by hand, so no two are exactly alike. Each work is cut from a single piece
of paper and frames in a false grain frame.