I’m delighted to be showing new work as part of Dappled Light Exhibition in the New Forest organised by More Than Ponies.
Dappled Light is an exhibition that brings together diverse contemporary artists within the context of the Woodgreen Village Hall and its striking figurative murals, originally painted in the 1930s. The artists use an array of materials and mediums, including sculptures, ceramics, textiles, hair, drawings and videos, bringing in fresh perspectives to this now historic but still ‘modern’ context. The artists’ imagery and ideas are kaleidoscopic, like the dappled light of the New Forest. Each work brings with it a new way of thinking and seeing, creating unexpected connections between the village hall, the New Forest and the world beyond.
Exhibiting artists are: Rachael Champion, Benjamin Deakin, Simon Lee Dicker, Alexa de Ferranti, Laura Eldret, Paul Finnegan, Louise Hall, Annabel Pettigrew, Paul Vivian and urban design/ ex-artist Jennie Savage.
Woodgreen Village Hall, New Forest, SP6 2AJ
Saturday 12 March 10am – 6pm
Sunday 13 March 10am – 4pm
Please join us for and evening of exhibitions, performance, and music, produced by the ‘Friendly society of artistic labourers’, led by Simon Lee Dicker. It’s the first time students of Weymouth College have come together to unite with the same passion, exploring collective working and the value of art.
A parade of students will start the event with march from the Maumbury Rings in Dorchester at 3:30pm, through South Street , finishing at Shire Hall. An exhibition and special events will take place at Shire hall from 6:30 – 9:00pm, FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY, including performance and installations taking place in the cell and court house.
Tickets are £5pp- All of the proceedings are going towards the Shire hall charity trust. Refreshments available.
The exhibition will continue until the 3rd April 2020.
Monday – Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm (normal entry price to Shire Hall)
BOOKING for Friday 5 March
17 – 24 January 2020
PV Frid17 jan (6.30-9pm)
1 Acorn Parade
Bettina Weiß/ Jaime Jackson/ Simon lee dicker/ Stephen Harwood/ Sally Payen/
Anne Carnein/ Ruth Philo/ Eleanor Morgan/ Andrew Seto/ Alistair Gentry
Mycorrhiza is here employed as a framework to explore the ecosystems and survival strategies within creative and organisational spheres.
This exhibition explores the connective filaments that interweave creative networks by exploring sex, hibernation, deep time and breakdown. Mycorrhiza and Extancy draw parallels between ecology and politics, the many as one, the wood-wide-web, systems of decomposition and recycling. Mycelium is used to detoxify polluted industrial spaces as it has the ability to flourish in uninhabitable environments. The non-commercial arts in this country similarly operate in – and are shaped by -– a hostile environment, this exhibition and the current issue of the Sluice magazine is a celebration of the sectors continued extancy.
I am delighted to be one of the lucky artists to receive one of the 2019 a-n bursaries. The award will enable me to make the most of an invite to take part in an exhibition at Villa Renata (Basil, Switzerland) supporting a short residency focused on developing my artistic practice through mentoring, critical support and building networks with international arts organisations.
I’m really pleased to have been invited to show 3 drawings as part To The Fore, a group exhibition celebrating four years since the brilliant MOUNT landed in Frome, Somerset. This birthday exhibition will run for one weekend only, come along to the preview event on Friday 5th April 6-8pm, and pop in on Saturday and Sunday 6th & 7th April 10am-3pm. In the studio above Mount, Silk Mill West, Saxonvale, Frome, BA11 1PT.
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Odyssean: Topographies – 18 November 2017 to 25 February 2018
Natasha Rosling – Alexander Stevenson – Alistair Grant – Simon Lee Dicker
Exhibition open 11am – 4pm daily
Hestercombe Gallery, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton TA2 8LG
Over two years, Natasha Rosling, Alexander Stevenson, Alistair Grant and Simon Lee Dicker undertook a series of artist residencies across the Orkney Isles. From different locations – a remote bothy, a lighthouse, a beachside golf course and a burial chamber – each artist developed distinctive connections with the archipelago, its human stories, and its physical geography.Odyssean: Topographies draws together common threads in their practices: questions around mapping, invisible and imagined spaces, and remoteness, both physical and emotional. Aptly sited in the galleries and gardens of Hestercombe, the exhibition responds experimentally to a layered landscape at once historic and contemporary, highly managed and equally wild.Odyssean: Topographies is supported by Arts Council England and Gane Trust.
Very excited to be showing new work among such good company at Cotley Tithe Barn this October. Please join us on Friday 6 October for a proper knees up.
Image_A seed that came back with me from a walk whilst thinking about Dawe’s Twineworks
Please join us for drinks and a poetry reading from the West Coker Poetry Group.
2 pm Saturday 7 October at Dawe’s Twineworks
Taking a lead from the physical processes involved in the production of twine and the social impact of the twine industry on this small rural community, the publication brings together work made during a six month artist residency, with newly commissioned writing, and poetry made in response to the Twineworks.
Dawe’s Twineworks 94a High St, West Coker, Yeovil BA22 9AU
Image_ State of America – Simon Lee Dicker 2017
Shifting Centers is a new piece of writing made for Bob Gelsthorpe’s solo show As it waits, until it lasts at the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery in Swansea.
Friday 22 September 2017 19:00 – 21:00
Exhibition continues until 19 November 2017
Tuesday – Sunday 10:00 – 17:00
Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Alexandra Road, Swansea, SA1 5DZ
All events are free, everyone welcome
Image_New Red Assembly (after Brian Rice) 2011
I’m delighted to have had two works selected for Telling Tales, an exhibition featuring artists from Creative Pathways, Somerset Art Works’ professional development programme for artists in Somerset.
Private View Wednesday 27 September 6-8pm
The Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre Coal Orchard, Taunton, Somerset TA1 1JL
Saturday 23 September 2017 – Saturday 07 October 2017
Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 12noon-4pm
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