Dilys Jackson’s works derive from a kinaesthetic relationship between forms seen in the natural world and those of the human body. The curves of mountains sculpted by wind and water and the rounded growth of plants engender forms which have echoes in corporal growth and processes. The works have formal elements of mass and division which embody the dynamic balance between oppositions. She uses bronze, iron, steel and stone.
Jackson lives in Cardiff and works at the Butetown Artists Studios. She has travelled and worked widely. Recently she has had three solo exhibitions and has had work in exhibitions in Wales,
Ireland, France, Spain and America. Her work may be seen at Kooywood Gallery, Campden Gallery and Axis.