CHANDELIER SERIES

2010

The Beginning of the End of Reason
Oil on canvas, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Captain Nemo (mobilis in mobili)
Oil on canvas, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
To Mock the Invisible World
Oil on canvas, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Collection of Bradford Museums and Galleries
Atomic Playboy
Oil on canvas, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Immortal Medusa
Oil on MDF, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Small Chandelier Sketch #2
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Small Chandelier Sketch #3
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Small Chandelier Sketch #1
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Small Chandelier Sketch (d)
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Small Chandelier Sketch (1c)
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Small Chandlier (1a)
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Small Chandelier #1
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Bird Chandelier
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Chandelier 7
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Chandelier 6
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Chandelier 5
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Chandelier 1
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Chandelier 3
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Chandelier 1
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
Chandelier 4
Oil on paper, (c) Pip Dickens

CHANDELIER series
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CHANDELIER Series 

 

The Chandelier series of paintings derive from research whilst Artist in Residence at Bradford Museums and Galleries. Paintings and sketches of chandeliers developed into allegorical works.

 

‘Atomic Playboy' refers to the Cold War - and threat of atomic bombs. Admiral Blandy, commander of Operation Crossroads, undertook nuclear testing on the island of Bikini)he stated that he was “not an atomic playboy” and was photographed celebrating the end of the operation with his wife, and Admiral Lowry, cutting an atomic bomb styled cake, together with Blandy’s wife sporting a similar confection as a hat.

 

To Mock the Invisible World was purchased and is in the collection of Bradford Museum and Galleries at Cartwright Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire, UK.

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