Dimmick Marc

Dimmick Marc

Marc Dimmick, a Perth-based artist working in clay, oil and light has been sculpting for over five years in clay and has recently taken up oil painting. He has been a photographer for over 20 years. He is largely self-taught. Much of his tuition has been carried out with artists around the world through online courses. He was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire England. He grew up in the UK and around Europe until his parents emigrated to Australia in 1971. Throughout his life he has always been fascinated by images and how the world is represented through the eyes of others. Marc has been involved with several exhibitions including: RAW Perth and Show Off 15.


3 Artwork(s)

  • Reproduction of Leonardo’s – La Belle Farronniere (1499) with variation | Oil on Canvas – $4,600 Reproduction of Leonardo’s – La Belle Farronniere (1499) with variation
  • Portrait of Dame Lucette Aldous – Former Principal Dancer with The Royal Ballet and Australian Ballet | Oil on Canvas – $4,600 Portrait of Dame Lucette Aldous – Former Principal Dancer with The Royal Ballet and Australian Ballet
  • The Boat Shed – Dove Lake, Tasmania | Oil on MDF Panel – $2,800 The Boat Shed – Dove Lake, Tasmania

How to purchase artwork

Artworks can be purchased at Memorial Hall or by calling 08 9411 3433 and providing your card details over the phone.

Disclaimer: Sold works will be uploaded to the page daily but may not show up immediately.

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  • A sold artwork will have a red dot attached to the artwork label, a half red dot means a deposit has been paid.
  • Purchase of an artwork requires a non-refundable deposit of 25% of the catalogue price or to be paid in full on the day.
  • The balance of payment is required to be paid by the close of business the next working day, otherwise the deposit will be forfeited and the artwork will be available for sale.
  • No artwork will be released until full payment is made and a receipt acknowledging this is produced.
  • Payments for artworks may be made by cash or credit card.
  • Artworks held on deposit and not paid for, will be returned to the artist. The purchaser will have no further claim on the City of Cockburn nor the artist with respect to the artwork. The deposit will be paid to the artist and not be refunded.
  • Artworks can be collected from Memorial Hall, corner Rockingham Road and Carrington Street Hamilton Hill, between 3–3.30pm Sunday 28 March 2021, or 10am–midday Monday 29 March 2021 with proof of purchase.

For further information please contact email Cassandra Cooper Cultural Development Co-ordinator or phone 08 9411 3433 or  0499 180 561.

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