About the artist
Pip Dickens (b. 1962) is a painter concerned with visual perception, in particular,
examining and challenging theories and methodologies of colour reception, light and
movement within the second dimension.
Concepts of illusion and double meaning are recurring themes -
Her work draws upon many sources from natural phenomena to the darker elements of phantasmagoria, from opacity to transparency, from rhythms within music to pattern structures in nature, from cinematic devices to literary sources.
Although common themes connect individual investigations, she dispels a singular stylistic approach in preference for innovating and testing new methodologies as a direct response to the subject matter.
Pip Dickens has a Masters in Fine Art from The Slade School of Art, University College London, graduating in 2000. She is Lecturer in Fine Art (Painting) at Lancaster University.
She has been a Visiting Lecturer and part-
She also undertook research in Kyoto and co-
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