Art and fashion has always been an integral part of Dell’s life. Based in South Australia, she creates art and wearable art for the avant-garde, for those with the taste and desire to push boundaries. Never ugly, but ahead of trend, her work appeals to the senses at many levels.

Dell attended the SA Art School and later studied Art Theory at both Flinders and the University of South Australia.  Dell has taught art at every level from reception through to university. While working as a lecturer, teacher or restorer her own creative artwork has always been ongoing.

Her work taps into her subconscious, quirky and surreal. Its levels unfold over time – with its subtle geometry, intrigue and hidden places – the meaning is often different for different people, as people's life experiences can determine how art is seen.

Dell uses colour - or an absence of colour - black - to evoke mood and emotion by creating a sense of imaginary places and alternative realities. There is complexity within apparent simplicity.

Her bespoke individual fashion clothing, and rubber and leather jewelry, black, edgy, all affirm the sexiness of life.