Creative

Creative

Art of Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWArt

Rosemary Dunn Dalton has been painting in oils and watercolors for decades. Her works have been exhibited in Boston and Southern Oregon, most recently at the Thorndike Gallery at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon. Read more …

Poetry of Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWPoetry

Rosemary loves writing and is especially gifted at writing poetry. Her topics span the personal to the universal, the political to the emotional. Rosemary’s poetry delves into the mutability of life and death, the beauty of nature, and the complexity of human nature. Read more …

Books by Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWBooks

Learn more about Rosemary’s published books, Lamenting Lost Fathers: Adult Daughters Search for the Message of the Father (iUniverse Press, 2004) and Arches Treasure/Mystery at the Escalantes (iUniverse press, 2008). Read more …

Writings and Speeches of Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWWritings

Rosemary writes about psychological topics, political issues, women’s rights, community activism, and gender and equality. Her articles have been published in newspapers and journals. Also included are speeches she has delivered at community organizations.  Read more …

Music of Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWMusic

Rosemary recently began learning the guitar, and she is now a passionate singer/songwriter. She has turned her love for poetry into poignant and humorous lyrics, which she sings with a raw authenticity. You can listen to examples of her work here. Read more …

River TownShop

If you enjoy Rosemary’s artworks, you can pick up gifts featuring her paintings for yourself and your friends. Read more …



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