About the Artist
Artist and teacher, Jack Dickson lives and works in Dorset. Having roots in both Zambia and the UK allows him to draw upon a wide range of cultural and aesthetic influences.
He uses a variety of media in his work including digital imagery, photography, printed textiles, painting and drawing. Often combining the figurative with the more abstract and expressive his work explores the fertile areas where different disciplines crossover. At the core of his practice is drawing and observing the world around him. More recent work has focussed on portraiture and he continues to explore this genre, developing a new body of work.
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Jack Dickson was born in Nigeria in 1975, lived in Zambia and France but brought up in the UK for the most part. He lives in Dorset with his family and teaches art full time.
2002 - PGCE Art and Design: University of Brighton
1997 - BA (Hons) Fine Art: Painting at Winchester School of Art
1994 - Art Foundation at Derby Tertiary College, Wilmorton
2020 - Sky Portrait Artist of the Year, heat 7, Battersea Arts Centre
2018 - Artizan Summer Open, Artizan Gallery, Torquay, Devon
2018 - Dorset Arts Week, Knighton House, Durweston, Dorset
2016 - Bryanston Today. Mall Galleries, London
2014 - The Collective, Valentine Gallery, Blandford Forum, Dorset
2013 - Group exhibition, Valentine Gallery, Blandford Forum, Dorset
2012 - Nine, Valentine Gallery, Blandford Forum, Dorset
2011 - Nine, Guggleton Gallery, Stalbridge, Dorset
2010 - Battersea Affordable At Fair, Battersea Arts Centre, London
2009 - Shoreham Art Fair, Shoreham, West Sussex
2009 - Out of Africa, group show, Obsidian Art, Stoke Mandeville
2009 - The Presidents New Shirt, solo show, Artist Residence, Brighton
2005 to 2008 - Brighton Open Houses, Brighton
2001 - Brown World, group show, Brighton Media Centre Gallery, Brighton
1998 - Drawing Inspiration, group show, Angelus Gallery, Winchester
1997 - Virtually Painting, solo show, North Pole Gallery, Winchester