Australian Opal 1 by Vicki Dickson

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DIMENSIONS (Height - 101.00 cm X Width - 76.00 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Mixed Media on Canvas
GENRE Abstract
REGISTERED NRN # 000-38576-0145-01
COPYRIGHT © Vicki Dickson
PRIZES AND AWARDS No Awards
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Artist: Vicki Dickson



ARTIST BIO

Vicki has both a Bachelor and Master's of Science in Nursing.  She worked as a nurse and administrator for 30+ years in the United States, Saudi Arabia and Australia.  Vicki dabbled in art prior to her nursing career but didn't pursue it seriously until arriving in Australia 8 years ago.  Her art taining includes the Adelaide Central School of Art, Splashout Art and study along side artists such as Louise Feneley, Lauryn Arnott, John Lacey plus several others.

Exhibitions have included locations such as the Queenscliff Art Exhibition 2021/22, Red Poles Winery, Gallery M, Glenelg Art Gallery, Walkerville Art Show, Orange Heart Gallery at Women's and Children's Hospital, Splashout Art Gallery and other locations in the Adelaide area.

Vicki works primarily in oils but explores other materials as well.  Although she is known to take on any subject, her presesent artistic interests include the Australian contemporary landscape, the human figure and abstract.  She signs her work TDC, short for Taylor Dickson Creek; surname initials for her mother, husband and father.  It's also her pen signature for writing.

Dickson presently resides in Glenelg, SA with her husband and Ella, the bouncing German Shorthaired Pointer.

Vicki Dickson (TDC)

Facebook:  Taylor Dickson Creek Art

vtaylorcreek@msn.com

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The SA Tour Down Under inspired the painting Skinny Tyres.  For many years I was an avid road cyclist with many long-distance desert/mountain rides under my belt.  The determined face and body of the serious biker recalls the pain of pounding up a mountain pass and the excitement of zipping down the other side onto the flats of the high desert.  Snow-capped mountains with looming tall pines, golden fields and red dirt reflect the memories of my TREK'S 'Skinny Tyres' on the road. 



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