Delton is a painter for social justice. His works challenge classism, ageism, racism, homophobia, discrimination against people with disabilities (visible and non-visible), sexism, and sizeism.
He was born in Little Rock, Arkansas and has resided in Seattle since the early 1980's. Delton currently works as an advocate, a Social Worker, and a Mental Health Professional. He is also a poet, a musician, and a visual artist.
Delton recently completed his Master's Degree in Social Work at the University of Washington, and although he is not a formally trained painter, he has a lengthy list of artistic influences. His fascination with the Harlem Renaissance Painters has driven his style. Through his work, Delton aims to uplift broken communities, families, and individuals.