Stories from the Studio: Neil Dickinson 

This week we caught up with Neil Dickinson, Queanbeyan based sculptor. 

Neil is a figurative sculptor who creates large public sculptures installed in various locations throughout the region.

Neil graduated from the Canberra School of Art in 1983 and received a Postgraduate Diploma (Sculpture) from the University of Tasmania in 1985.

‘Central to my work is a belief in the nobility of the human form and the celebration of the constant struggle with all forms of oppression – the philosophy of inner spiritual growth in the face of materialist aggression.’

Marquettes by Neil Dickinson is the STA Box Gallery exhibition for Winter 2023  at the Q Theatre in Queanbeyan-Palerang. The STA Box Gallery page includeds a google map to find installed public sculptures by Neil across the STA region.


Neil’s marquettes for his larger sculptures are currently on display at the The Queanbeyan STA BOX Gallery in the entry foyer of the Q Theatre

Neil can be contacted about commission work via his social media accounts. 
Instagram –
@neildickinson.sculptor and Facebook And his page at DeviantArt

Find a Neil Dickinson sculpture near you. From the spectacular Queany the Platypus on the Queanbeyan River to the larger-than-life bronze Wombats in Bowral. 

Googy Egg
Morty the snail
Queany the Platypus

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