Burton Dickerson (born January 1925) is an American artist and World War II veteran living in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. He served in the 47th Infantry, 9th division, which was deployed in North Africa, Sicily, and France. His work includes large abstract expressionist paintings, dancing figures, and cartoons. Some of his paintings are owned by Viggo Mortensen, Nathan Cummings, and Albert Stein among other collections. He writes regularly on his website. A recent collection of his cartoons, entitled "Up Your Ladder" can be found at TDRS Music.
Burton Dickerson has also created a number of animated music videos. In the 1980s, he created a stop motion video for the band, Mr. Wilson. More recently, he produced "Pyrrhic Victory" for the group Thanatopsis (music by Travis Dickerson and Buckethead).
He is the son of Lyle Linden Dickerson, a well-known fly fishing rod crafstman.
Burton is the father of Travis Dickerson, Linden Dickerson, Brandon Dickerson, Sarah Dickerson, and Bethany Dickerson Hight.
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