Light: Everglades Paintings


Light: Everglades Paintings
Rodney Dickson

ON VIEW February 1 – March 30, 2014

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Brooklyn-based painter Rodney Dickson spent the month of January as an artist in residence in Everglades National Park through the AIRIE program. The work he made there was influenced by his perception of light and space in the park, which he found intense and shocking. The artist writes, “Dawn, dusk, nighttime, midday: the light is sometimes so intense and magical, it obliterates almost all imagery in my work—just a blinding light.”

About the Artist
Rodney Dickson, born in Northern Ireland in 1956, lives and works in Brooklyn in a studio filled with dozens of paintings in various states of action and vintage motorcycles he restores and rides. He received his BA in Fine Art from Liverpool Polytechnic, England 1979–1983. Recent major awards include the Pollock Krasner Award, 2011; and the Ford Foundation in 2005 and 2004. He exhibits his work internationally.

Artists in Residence in Everglades brings artists, writers, composers and choreographers to Everglades National Park for month-long residencies in the subtropical wilderness. For more information, visit

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