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artist , Secondary school educator

Keith Michael Dickau, American artist, secondary school educator. Certified secondary teacher California. Recipient Honorary Science award Bausch and Lomb, 1962, Sculpture award California Art League, 1987, Artist of Month award Northern California Artists; National Science Foundation grantee, 1972. Member Northern California Artists, Inc.


Dickau, Keith Michael was born on April 20, 1944 in Monterey Park, California, United States. Son of Keith Robert and Beaula May (Chamness) Dickau.


Bachelor in Zoology, University of California, Davis, 1966.


Teacher mathematics Los Angeles City School District, 1967-1970. Teacher science and mathematics Grant Joint Union High School District, Sacramento and Rio Linda, California, 1970-1999.


  • Certified secondary teacher California.


  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include Le Sahuc, Sacramento, Candy Store Gallery, Folsom, California, A Gallery-Anna Gardner, Stinson Beach, California, Artists' Collaborative Gallery, Sacramento, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Crocker Art Museum Sculpture Park, Sacramento, Whittier (California) Museum, Gallery 25, Fresno, California, Los Angeles Artist Equity Association, Mercer Gallery, Rochester, New York, The Artery, Davis, Archivio Artistico, Ravenna, Italy, Antic Ajuntament, Terragona, Spain, Santa Barbara (California) Museum, Ecole de Nuces, Valady, France, M.J.C., Saint-Cere, France, 1996, Seulement pour les Fous, Troyes, France, 1996, New Artworks Fine Arts Gallery, Fair Oaks, California, 1996, Bureau de Poste, Joigny, France, 1996, The Ink People Center for the Arts, Eureka, California, 1996, Mercer Gallery, Monroe Community College, Rochester, New York, 1996, L'Institute Superieur des Arts Appliques, Rennes, France, The Living Room, Santa Monica, California, 1997, Design Gallery, University California, Davis, Kawaguchi-Shi, Japan, 1997, Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento, 1998, Mercer Gallery, Rochester, New York, East Sacramento Art Garage, 1999, Artworks/Bookworks, Santa Monica, California, Claudia Chapline Gallery, Stinson Beach, L'Ecume du Jour, Bouvais, France, 2000, 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, Florida, La Maison du Livre de L'Image, Villerbanne, France, 2000, Institute Superiore, Spilimbergo, Italy, 2001, Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, California, 2001, International Museum Postal Image, Ostrense, Italy, 2001, Todd Hughes Fine Art, South Pasadena, California, 2001, Shriner Hosps. /Northern California, Sacramento, 2002, Mayakovsky Museum, Moscow, Russia, 2003, Buz Cultural Center, Minden, Germany, A.S. Popov Museum Communications, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2004, Atelier Berner, Paris, 2005, Hari's Gallery, Jeju, Republic of Korea, 2006. Contributor poetry and art to magazines.


Social norms that assume different standards for women than for men in marriage are outdated and should be rejected. Laws in civil society should define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.


Language of a derogatory nature (with regard to race, nationality, ethnic background, gender, sexuality, and physical differences) does not reflect value of one another and contradicts the Christian teaching.


Member National Education Association, California Teachers Association, Grant District Education Association, Northern California Artists, Inc.


  • Other Interests

    Music, travel.


Married Ramona Sue Wilson, May 6, 1967. Children: Robert Michael, Ian Christopher. Married Carolyn Gloria Isaak, December 22, 1973.

Keith Robert Dickau

Beaula May (Chamness) Dickau

Carolyn Gloria Isaak

Ramona Sue Wilson

Ian Christopher Dickau

Robert Michael Dickau