Lawrence Dicks


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Lawrence hopes to create a non-verbal form of communication. “Human beings haven’t changed that much in thousands of years. We still breathe, bleed blood and think about all the same things, it’s just the world has changed and what we’ve done to it. We make up our own language as visual artists. If people find something in my work that is relevant in the world today, that’s really great,” he says.


Lawrence Dicks

Born 1969


1995/98   BA HONS Fine Art     University Of Plymouth (Exeter School of Art & Design) 

Exhibition History

2023Earth Materials . Gallery 57 Arundel West Sussex
2022Surface, Edge, Shadow. Gallery 57 Arundel, West Sussex
2022Isaac Newton institute of science and mathematics, Churchill College Cambridge
2022The Arx London
2022Recollection, solo exhibition Meiklejohn Gallery, Lewes
2021Candida Stevens Gallery
2020Breathe - Candida Stevens Gallery
2020Dialogos. Studio Block M74, Mexico City
2019Present Day. Candida Stevens Gallery
2019Somerset Arts Week
2019Royal West of England Academy
2018Present Day, Candida Stevens Gallery
2018Curve Theatre Leicester
2018Wells Art Contemporary. Bishop's Place Wells, Somerset
2018London Art Fair
2017Good Nature, Candida Stevens Gallery Chichester
2017Modified. Candida Stevens Gallery Chichecster
2016Architectural Plants. West sussex
2016Alternative Direction, Project Gallery. Arundel, West Sussex
2015Arundel Festival
2013Hilton Fine Art, Bath
2013William Benington Gallery, Sculptural
2013Moncrieff-Bray Gallery - Sculpture2013
2012Horsham Museum & Art Gallery -Off the Wall, Toovey's Contempory Art Auction, West Sussex
2011Sculpture in Paradise, Chichester Cathedral.
2011Garden Gallery, Hampshire.
2010Moncrieff-Bray Gallery, West Sussex
2006Brighton Art Fair
2004 - 2006Art For UK Youth, Mall Gallery, London
2003 - 2005Mythic Garden Dartmoor, Devon
2003Rymans Garden, West Sussex
2003Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Sussex Open
2002Oxmarket, Chichester, West Sussex
1998Newton Abbot Hospital, Devon
1997/98Escot House Wetlands Conservation Area, Devon