Works of Art

  • Bluebonnet Grove

  • Foothills Closeup

  • Lighthouse at Turnberry

  • Manor House

  • Marigolds

  • Pink Roses

  • Spring Garden

  • Spring Hill House

  • Street of Flowers

  • Summer Hideaway

  • Flower Pots

  • The Meadow House

  • Wildflowers

  • Blue Bonnets

  • Country Cottage

  • House in the Meadow

  • Old Stone Bridge

  • Pathway

  • The Farm House

  • The Garden


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Dwayne Hickman was born in Los Angeles, California on May 18th. He attended Loyola
University where he earned a B.S. in Economics.

One of television’s most enduring stars, Dwayne Hickman began his diversified career at the age of six, making his film debut in “The Grapes of Wrath”. As a teen he starred in his first television series opposite Bob Cummings, where he honed his comedic skills under the watchful eyes of comedy greats George Burns and Jack Benny. Five years later he would land the starring role in his own series, The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. As “Dobie”, Dwayne Hickman became the hero and spokesman for the generation of Baby Boomers and over 35 years later “Dobie” is still being watched by a whole new generation of teens.

During the years after “Dobie Gillis”, Dwayne resumed his film career, starring in several teen movies for A.I.P., which have become cult classics, including “How to Stuff a Wild Bikini”, with Annette Funicello and “Ski Party” with Frankie Avalon. He also starred in the Academy Award winning comedy western classic, “Cat Ballou” with Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin. Along with guest appearances on episodic television Hickman also performed on stage, touring the country in productions of “Barefoot in the Park”, “Star Spangled Girl”, and “6 Rms Riv Vu”.

In the 1970’s, after a brief stint as Entertainment Director at Howard Hughes’ Landmark Hotel in Las Vegas, Hickman decided to return to television, but this time he joined the corporate ranks as a network executive with CBS Television. For ten years he supervised such series hits such as “Maude”, “M*A*S*H” and “Designing Women”. Dwayne left the network to star and produce the CBS Movie of the Week ”Bring Me The Head Of Dobie Gillis”, and then he went behind the camera to direct half-hour comedies. It was during this time that he met his future wife, actress/writer Joan Roberts, when she was co-starring in the CBS T.V. series, “Pvt. Benjamin”. They were married April 16,1983.
In addition to acting and directing, Dwayne and his wife Joan co-authored his autobiography, “Forever Dobie…The Many Lives of Dwayne Hickman” (Birch Lane Press) as well as developing film and T.V. scripts. On November 23, 1992 they celebrated the birth of their son, Albert Thomas Hickman.

Dwayne Hickman stepped in front of the cameras again, co-starring in Paramount’s feature film; “A Night at the Roxbury” and for two seasons he had a recurring role on UPN. T.V’s, “Clueless”. He also co-starred in the CBS, M.O W. “Surviving Gilligan’s Island” playing a CBS network executive! This multifaceted performer is also a critically acclaimed artist, painting in oils. Hickman’s use of vibrant colors and exquisite detail in his popular house and landscape series has become his trademark. His artwork has been featured on Good Morning America and national publications including USA TODAY. Hickman and his wife and business partner, Joan Roberts, publish his artwork, which is represented in galleries across the country and in many private and corporate collections.

“I have always loved the use of bright, vivid colors…their intensity gives such energy and life to the subject. When I paint a cobalt blue sky or a field of flowers in sprays of magenta, cadmium yellow, cobalt violet and alizarin crimson, the painting is so vibrant and passionate that the canvas seems to come alive.”

-Dwayne Hickman