that cool building that served as home for
the Dickson Gallery in downtown Jackson,
Tennessee from 2004-2007?
I sure do miss hanging out on the second
floor and enjoying a hot cup of coffee while
admiring all that great local artwork,"
says Rachel Dickson, Oct. 3, 2012
YOU JACKSON, TN for THREE wonderful
note that while the Dickson Gallery of Fine
Art's brick and mortar location is no more,
the website still lives on featuring some
great fine art! Come back and visit often!
by Rachel Dickson
finally bit the bullet and did it. She'd
been wanting to paint her own style of abstract
art and she finally picked up a paint
brush and created some really unique pieces
of art! You'll want to check this out.
here to visit www.RachelDickson.com...
you Facebook? (Who doesn't right?)
on the image to the left to join Artist
Rachel Dickson on Facebook!
here to view Rachel's Facebook page...
A New Normal
what ever happened to the Dickson Gallery
of Fine Art? Well, we are embracing
a new normal. It's about time right? After
all, it's been nearly five years. Yes, FIVE!
(If you want to know the details of "what
happened" five years ago to close the
gallery, scroll below. But while the brick
and mortar version of the Dickson Gallery
is no more, Rachel Dickson has now begun
to paint and create herself. So yes,
indirectly, The Dickson Gallery lives on.
states in the digital art above "Life
goes on as we recognize the beauty in the
a look at the Dickson Gallery Blog ...where
Rachel Dickson gives insight and the inside scoop
on being an artist: also tips for artists, and
loads of other fun stuff.
here to read Rachel's Gallery Blog...
in having your artwork featured on the Dicksongallery.com
website? Shoot us an email at coolart (at)
dicksongallery.com with a link to your website
be patient with us because we receive many
it's true. The Dickson Gallery
of Fine Art is closed.
Due to renovation
of the building next door, we closed our
doors on May 21, 2008 so that the structural issues to our
building that surfaced could be addressed
in a timely manner. Unfortunately,
this did not occur and there was no end
in site. Soooo, due to loss of
income and the no-end-in-site, imminent-threat
of-construction we were forced to close
the doors of our storefront gallery forever.
we chose to go out with a bang, by
hosting a "final hurrah" of sorts
on Friday, June 27, 2008 where we celebrated all that
was, all that is and all that will be. (Besides
we all needed closure due to this horrible
thanks to all of you who joined
with us as we celebrated in Dickson Gallery
out our blog
for comments and photos about
that special night.)
also hosted a tribute radio
show where many of you called
in to tell us what you thought.
Click on the "Listen"
button below to hear this streaming
audio podcast of this very special
in and listen to the final tribute
you for those who called in
with your great comments!!