Fee Dickson’s work is rooted in place, be it the vineyards of the Dordogne, the busy streets and pubs of central Edinburgh or the seascapes and ever changing wide skies of East Lothian. The linking strand that runs through her portfolio is a preoccupation with light, particularly the twilight that gives rise to the most dramatic skies. her latest body of work is a series of large North Berwick seascapes.
Born in 1972 in Dunbar, Fee Dickson recently returned to East Lothian after 30 years away. Fee graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1999 with a Master of Architecture. She has alternated between painting and architecture for most of her working life, showing in galleries in Scotland and France, where she stayed for a number of years. She now lives and works in North Berwick.
In recent years Fee has exhibited with The Gallery on the Corner (group shows & mixed shows), Peter Potter Gallery (mixed show) and Blues and Greens (mixed show) with a solo show at the Barony Bar, Edinburgh.