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Jennifer Dickson Apocalypse I 1966 Original Print Signed Art Etching With Aquatint

Jennifer Dickson
Apocalypse I – 1966
Print – etching, with Aquatint   31” x 21.5”
Edition: signed in pencil and numbered 23/30

image size: 19″ x 11″ inches

“My work is concerned with levels of reality: external realities as perceived through the senses, and internal reality, which is largely irrational and intuitive. In my work I want to arrive at fusion of the two realities. Symbols are the means I use to do this. These have specific personal meanings, apart from their obvious universal ones. Communication outside oneself is vital: these symbols are my language. I accept the definition of art as being an act of transformation. I want to kick time and mortality in the teeth.”

Since 1962 Dickson has had more than 60 one-person exhibitions in six countries and 400 group exhibitions.

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Jennifer Dickson Apocalypse I 1966 Original Print Signed Art Etching With Aquatint

Jennifer Dickson Apocalypse I - 1966 Print - etching, with Aquatint   31'' x 21.5'' Edition: signed in pencil and numbered 23/30 image size: 19" x 11" inches “My work is concerned with levels of reality: external realities as perceived through the senses, and internal reality, which is largely irrational and intuitive. In my work I want to arrive at fusion of the two realities. Symbols are the means I use to do this. These have specific personal meanings, apart from their obvious universal ones. Communication outside oneself is vital: these symbols are my language. I accept the definition of art as being an act of transformation. I want to kick time and mortality in the teeth.” Since 1962 Dickson has had more than 60 one-person exhibitions in six countries and 400 group exhibitions.

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