Since graduating from the Queensland College of Art in 2012 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Dylan has been attracted to the unseen and undervalued beauty of the everyday. Artist Jeffrey Smart highlighted this attraction stating, "It's obvious a bunch of flowers… are beautiful, and I love natural beauty, but I am not moved by it... to me composition is everything". Dylan chooses to paint predominately from life, ‘en plein air’ rather than being alone in the studio. He finds that when he's outside he make better decisions about composition, colour, surface and tone. Dylan has slowly moved away from literal depiction and into a style characterised by large impasto marks in oil paint, rich bursts of colours and the play of light and dark.


2013: QUT Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary Years)

2010 – 2012: Griffith University Bachelor of Fine Art Major Interdisciplinary Painting



Brisbane Art Guide. (2018, February). Work in the art of Gosia Wlodarczak, Dylan Jones and Chris Bennie


Nine News. (2017, January). Brisbane Tradie Makes His Mark As Talented Artist


The Chronicle (Toowoomba). (2016, June 24). Exhibitions Full Of Diverse Works.

The Chronicle (Toowoomba). (2016, June 25, p. 31). Exhibitions Highlights Passion.


Butler, R. (2013, March). The QCA School. Art Monthly Australia., 257, pg. 41. 2012: RAW Artist’s Brisbane Provocations Moustache Magazine: In Profile


Caboolture Regional Gallery



Title TBA, St Cloche Gallery, Sydney

From One Side To The Other, Jan Manton Art, Brisbane 


New Horizons, Marist College Ashgrove

Creature of Habit, Jan Manton Art

Less Is More, Trinder Rd Art Gallery


Not To Scale, Bosz Gallery

From A Distance, Feather & Lawry Gallery


Relauch, Feather & Lawry Gallery

Tainted, Bosz Gallery


Small Works Xmas Show, Bosz Gallery

You Plus Another You, Woolloongabba Art Gallery


Provocations, RAW: Natural Born Artists